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Kundapur : Drunk Nepali youth engage in brawl; thrashed by locals

Kundapur : Drunk Nepali youth engage in brawl; thrashed by locals

Mangalore Today News Network

Kundapur, March 24, 2016  : Two Nepali youth who worked in a restaurant at Trasi were thrashed by the public before handing them over the police for creating a scene  right on the middle of the road in an inebriated state near the Shastri Circle on   March 23, Wednesday.

 Two Nepali youth

The two namely Deepak and his cousin  Roy were detained by the police and subseqently released. It is said both of them were heavy drinkers and had even   assaulted the restaurant owner who had dismissed them from their jobs after paying them their  dues.

It is learnt, as always, with money in hand they had  entered a bar, had their full and then began hitting each other in judo style right on the road. Efforts made by locals to intervne failed  and the duo attacked some locals too. Finally the two were caught and thrashed by locals.

It is said the police who rushed to the spot and detained the two had to pour  much water on them so t hat th ey could regain their senses. They were taken to the local  Government Hospital for  a medical examination and were released after some time.

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Comments on this Article
Muralidhar, Udupi Thu, March-24-2016, 1:56
A filmy style attack by the locals of Udupi. If they get a chance they will run back to Nepal
Balachandra, Goa,Mangalore Thu, March-24-2016, 12:59
The people in inebriated state always behave like a phys cos . Here there are two from Nepal. They thought in India we are free to do any thing but released the fact, Jai Hind
Krishnamurthy, Bangalore Thu, March-24-2016, 12:55
They have to be treated black and blue. The guys are not worth being in any job as they have to set right their character.
Janardhan Kini, Mangaluru Thu, March-24-2016, 12:43
The drunkard when poured water will be normal. Hats Off locals great job.So fond of quarreling fight inside the cell.
Gangadhar S, Udyavar Thu, March-24-2016, 12:37
The public treatment has to be given to such people as they will have some fear before misbehaving in future. What happens to them once arrested is not known. Great job
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