Kerala Woman rams scooter, assaults passenger; protests in front of police by undressing

Courtesy: Kerala Koumudi

A woman has been arrested in the incident where a scooter passenger was rammed in the middle of the road and her clothes were torn, reports Kerala Koumdi.

Kochuthresya alias Sipsi, 48, of Ponnadam house in Vattaparambu Kara in Angamaly was arrested. The incident took place at Angamaly TB junction on Saturday afternoon. Sipsi, who was traveling on a scooter, hit a 20-year-old woman who was riding another scooter in front of her. She allegedly assaulted the girl after using abusive language, accusing her of not giving him a side to pass. The woman beat her, strangled and tore her clothes.

Locals who witnessed the incident immediately informed the police. Police arrived and arrested the accused and took the vehicle into custody. But when she arrived at the police station, she tore her clothes and made a fuss. Sipsi undressed herself in the presence of male police officers and several others who were at the station.

After getting married to a native of Koratti, Sipsi was abandoned by her husband. Police say Sipsi is involved in the cannabis-sex racket. She now lives with a 20-year-old accused in the cannabis case. Even before this, her main tactic was to run away from the house after undressing on the police’s arrival.

On another occasion, she got to the top of a police station and threatened to kill self. According to police, though she was taken to a hospital for a Covid test, she didn’t comply. Sipsi will be produced in court tomorrow.

Courtesy: Kerala Koumudi