Twenty-five “local men” tried to gang-rape this woman, Gaia, while calling her a “whore” and spitting at her. Magically Hossein, aged 58, was right there and could gallantly fight them all of. And of course the ‘victim’ never went to the police. Probably because the story doesn’t add up. The writer of the contributing article signed his/her name as S.L. One can suspect pro-migrant propaganda behind it.
Mind you, the entire original story in Italian is narrated by Hossein himself.
Woman is rescued from gang-rape by TWENTY-FIVE local men in Florence when brave flower seller steps in and takes her to safety
- Gaia Guarnotta, 25, was walking alone at 11.30pm near Piazza della Repubblica
- Group of Italian men ‘called her a whore, spat at her and said, “Let’s have fun”‘
- Ms Guarnotta, a photographer, was ‘saved by rose seller Hossein Alamgir, 58’
- The Bangladeshi gave her a towel to wash and a rose as a gift, she says
A woman claims she was rescued from being gang-raped by 25 men in Florence after an immigrant flower seller drove them away.
Gaia Guarnotta, 25, was walking alone at 11.30pm in the city, in Italy’s northern Tuscany region, when she was approached by the group near Piazza della Repubblica.
She said the men were drunk, called her a ‘whore’, spat at her and then tried to take her away to an unknown location.
Ms Guarnotta, a photographer originally from Livorno, said the Italian men at first tried to convince her to have sex with all of them.
She tried to run away but they called her a ‘slut’ and a ‘whore’, Ms Guarnotta claims.
On her Facebook page, she wrote: ‘I was walking alone on the street at 23.30. I like to walk, I love Florence and I love the night.
‘Then the nightmare begins. They start to say phrases like, “Come on with us, let’s have fun, 25 against one, you will have a good night”.
‘(They said), “Let’s have a gang bang, you will enjoy it, so many all together, you have never seen this many. You are the one who is refusing us and our kind offer.”’
She alleged they dragged her by the arm and even took off her glasses.
Mr Alamgir, 58, originally from Bangladesh, has lived in Italy since 2005, according to Direttanews.
After rescuing Ms Guarnotta, he took her to a safe place and fed her.
He also provided her with towels so that she could wash, and gave her a rose as a present.
Ms Guarnotta said: ‘Thank you to this world for there are people like Hossein, who help without wanting anything in return. This is a face I will never forget.’
She added that she wanted to share her story to show that there is still a need for feminism in the world.
It is not known whether Ms Guarnotta has contacted the police.