On Tuesday February 6, after allegedly assaulting a woman inside a bus, the municipal police and citizens submitted two foreign tourists on Avenue 30 with 8th Street.
According to witnesses, the tourists were apparently under the influence of some drug and after damaging a food stall, they got on a Tucsa public transport bus, and one of them began to strangle a woman who was onboard.
The rest of the passengers immediately reacted and got the two indivuduals off the bus, wrestling with both of them.
However, one of the suspects was too big and strong and defended himself hurting some of the passengers, until municipal police agents arrived on the scene and after putting up a fight, the man was finally subdued.
In the meantime, an ambulance arrived to take care of the assaulted woman and the two foreigners. The one that was subdued by the police ended up with a bloody nose and a big cut in the eyebrow.
more recommended stories
Quintana Roo will have Port Facilities Protection Code
“As part of the security adjustments.
Mexico celebrates Benito Juarez “The Lincoln of Mexico”
Benito Juarez’s birthday (March 21) is.
Presidential candidate José A. Meade warns about influence of organized crime in Mexican elections
One of the concerns for this.
K’u’uk: contemporary cuisine or pure alchemy?
Acknowledged at the Food and Travel.
Mérida, one of the best cities to live in Mexico (and the world)
Dan Prescher wrote an article for.
Amazon launches new debit card in México
MEXICO CITY.- Banorte and Mastercard, together.
Yucatecan pelicans and flamingos on the brink of becoming endangered species
“Pelicans and flamingos are some of.
Teacher Leaders Present an Innovative Blueprint for Relevant Learning in the Age of AI
What does the fourth industrial revolution.
New technology used in Yucatán to find people lost at sea
As part of a third aspect.
“Pet uh” Civil Association aims to promote Peto, Yucatán
PETO.- In the coming weeks the.