Young Lady Shares Horrifying Encounter With Unidentified Catcaller Stalking Her
A traumatized young lady has shared her horrifying experience with an unidentified stalker who tried to chase her late at night.
Nowadays, women and ladies should be always vigilant and aware of their surroundings especially in public places wherein perverts lurks everywhere.
The authorities have also advised the ladies to wear appropriate attire in public to avoid cases of sexual harassment and catcalling.
Recently, a Facebook user named Elijah Calumpiano has shared her horrible experience with a catcaller who also stalked her.
Calumpiano narrated that a man wearing a brown shirt and brown cap riding on a red motorcycle was catcalling her along Taytay Uptown Jollibee while crossing the street.
The young woman tried to ignore the man and tried to film the incident as the unidentified guy keep on stalking her.
After a few moments, she immediately rode a jeepney thinking that it was all over but the catcaller was stalking the jeepney she was riding on.
The jeepney passengers told Elijah that she had nothing to worry about and brought her to the nearest police station.
Unfortunately, the authorities were not able to arrest the culprit.
Here is the full story:
“This just happened, like a few of hours ago. Im on night shift but this is the first time this happened. Im on my way to the office around 930pm walking along Taytay Uptown Jollibee, patawid ako sa highway when a man on a red motorcycle, green cap and brown shirt catcalled me. Did what I usually do, ignore. But this man take the u-turn to park near where I waited. (As you can see on the vid) Ayokong maramdaman nya na natatakot ako so nagvid pa ko and tinotaunt ko pa sya na lapit. E ayun nung kumonti yung tao lumapit nga sya told me na “ihahatid na kita“, sumakay na ko ng jeep and shout profanities sa sobrang galit. Then sinundan nya yung sinasakyan ko from Taytay palengke to Tropical (30 or so minutes), waving at me once in a while. Some passengers and the jeepney driver assured me na wag ako matakot we’ll stop once we see a police or enforcer. Pagdating sa tropical, 2 of the passengers escorted me to the nearest police station, sumusunod pa din sya hanggang sa may parking ng qplaza, nagpark pa sa tabi nung police station. Hinabol sya ng mga police, but they weren’t able to get a hold of him.
It might not sound like it, pero traumatizing ‘to for me. Nanginginig pa din ako everytime ikkwento ko sya ulit. I never thought I’ll experience a r/letsnotmeet moment.
Thankful pa din na merong strangers na tumulong. Kay kuyang jeepney driver (DXY 225); kay kuyang tagaAlorica na late na pero sinamahan ako magreport; dun sa student na binigyan ako ng tissue and water; and sa police officers na humabol. Thanksss.
And if anyone knows this guy, pm me, para sa ikatatahimik ng isip ko. PLATE NUMBER: 3719 OE”
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