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Netizen shames ‘Indian national’ who allegedly molested her at train from Yishun MRT station

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Facebook user Lydia Eliya shared a picture and a video clip of a man who she said not only molested but also stalked her afterwards. Lydia said the incident happened when the train she was in, stopped at Yishun MRT station. The man boarded the train and stood so close behind her that she could feel his breath. He then allegedly rubbed his groin against her back.

https://www.facebook.com/lydia.eliya/videos/pcb.10154249266371671/10154249265711671/?type=3&theater

Lydia shouted at him when he did that and he moved away. Lydia claimed that other passengers witnessed the incident but did not do anything. Then, when Lydia alighted at the Sembawang station, the man alighted with her and started following her to a bus-stop opposite the MRT station.

Lydia said the man was an Indian national and that he only stopped stalking her when he realised that she was recording him with her mobile phone.

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