Fuel depot staff rescue Congo man from car boot

  • | Saturday | 12th January, 2019

Hearing screams from the boot, the employees swung into action. BENGALURU: Alert employees of a petrol bunk saved the life of a Congolese man, who was stabbed and being transported in the boot of a car, at Hennur Cross, northeast Bengaluru, on Wednesday night, after he raised an alarm.The car had stopped at the fuel depot for a refill. Michael had on Wednesday night filed an atttempt-to-murder complaint with Hennur police. They objected to my interference and administered electric shocks to me using a water heater coil, stabbed me in the head, hands and back. They dragged me out and bundled me into the boot of their car, saying they would kill me,” Lonja said.Police said they have arrested two men, Michael Williams and Robert Osara , both from Nigeria and aged about 25 years.

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