Three Guangzhou men tried to forcibly pull two women into their car at 1:30 am on July 12 in the city’s Tianhe district. The men fled the scene when the women tried to fight them off.
That evening, Ning, 17, Liao 17, and a third friend were visited a late night food stall. Liao proposed that the friends try to find a girl to accompany them that night. The three men got into a car together and went to look for women. They spotted two women in a nearby fruit shop and tried to strike up a conversation. They then asked the women if they wanted to come back with him. When the women rejected their advances, Liao tried to force the women into the car. The women screamed for help and struggled to break free. When the women screamed, the three men fled the scene.
Police detained Liao and Ning on July 17. The third suspect is still at large.
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