Refugees in Russia go clubbing, grope women, paid back ‘this way’

Refugees in Russia go clubbing, grope women, paid back ‘this way’
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Fifty-one refugees were brutally assaulted in Murmansk, Russia, after they groped and molested women at a night club Saturday.

The refugees had previously been ordered to leave Norway for “bad behavior” and tried their luck in Russia. What they didn’t realize when they went out clubbing in Murmansk is that Russians have less tolerance than other European countries when it comes to sexual assault on local women.

The refugees allegedly groped and harassed women in a manner similar to that demonstrated in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. A group of male Russian took them aside to “educate” them that “Cologne is 2,500 kilometers south of here.”

The refugees tried to flee but were quickly cornered. They were then taken out to the street and given them a beating they will remember. Police arrived to break up the fight, but locals report that cops also threw a few punches at the refugees before arresting 33 of them. Eighteen refugees were in such bad condition they had to be take to the hospital.

Police decided to let the beatings slide and didn’t file a report. The only thing they could confirm was that there was “a mass brawl involving refugees.”

This report, by Jacob Bojesson, was cross-posted by arrangement with the Daily Caller News Foundation.

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