he found himself naked and tied to a chair.
A shocking incident has come to light in which an Indian man claimed he was kidnapped by four young women as he made his way home from work.
He also alleged that he was sexually assaulted by the women.
The incident happened in the city of Jalandhar, Punjab, on the night of November 20, 2022.
It is believed that the man told the media about his ordeal but did not file a police complaint. The man works at a leather factory.
The man said that he had finished work and was on his way home when a car drove beside him.
Four women, who are said to all be in their early 20s, were inside the vehicle. They asked him about an address.
A piece of paper was then handed to the man.
As he looked at the paper, an unknown substance was thrown into his eyes, causing him to fall unconscious.
The factory worker was then forced into the car, where he was blindfolded and his hands were tied.
The car then drove to an unknown location.
When the man regained consciousness, he found himself naked and tied to a chair.
The alleged victim claimed that the young women surrounded him and plied him with drugs. They also forced him to drink.
It is believed that the man was kept prisoner for around 11 hours and during the ordeal, the women sexually assaulted him on a number of occasions.
At around 3 am, the four ladies drove him near his workplace and dumped him before fleeing the scene.
The man told the media of his ordeal.
He said that the women were all well-educated as they were speaking fluent English to each other.
When he was asked why he has not filed a police complaint, the man said his family requested him not to do so as they do not want any consequences to arise.
The man also said that he did not go to the police because he felt ashamed of what happened to him.
Police are aware of the man’s alleged ordeal and officer Gagandeep Singh Sekhon said that currently, no one has filed a complaint.
He went on to say that if a complaint is made, an investigation will be launched and action will be taken against the perpetrators.