The two girls attacked and bullied their victim out of jealousy for more than two hours. The perpetrators were 16 and 18 years old and came across their victim on the street.
The perpetrators, a 16 and 18-year-old girl, were drinking away near the railway station in Ózd because the younger girl had some relationship issues. This was when two other girls came across them, one of them being the ex-girlfriend of the 16-year-old perpetrators’ boyfriend.
According to Origo, the victim, even though their relationship ended, was still in a good relationship and keeping in touch with a boy who happened to be the current boyfriend of the 16-year-old perpetrator. The relationship issues the girl was having were caused by the victim as she was jealous of the ex-girlfriend and the boy still having a good relationship.
Having been drinking and full of rage due to being jealous, the 16-year-old girl called the victim out on why she was still meeting with the boy, and the 18-year-old girl was supporting the instigator. They started arguing when the events took a rather dark turn.
The 16-year-old perpetrator said to the victim that she must follow her or else she would rape her with an expandable steel baton usually referred to as “Vipera” in Hungarian. She also threatened to kill her.
Having said this, the girl took the said weapon out of her bag and held it in her hand to intimidate the victim, Bors writes. The victim obliged and followed the 16 and 18-year-old girls who were bullying her for about two hours. The perpetrator held the weapon in her hands and escorted the victim while saying profanities about the victim and even spitting on her several times.
Sometime during the abuse, the perpetrator even demanded that the victim kiss her shoes or the perpetrator would cut her hair off. She pulled out a scissor, and the victim was so traumatised that out of fear, she fell to her knees and obliged.
The victim asked for the mercy of her abusers several times and even tried to escape, but they did not let her. The attackers called her a dog and slapped her in the face three times. According to Ügyészség,
the victim fell to the ground from the third slap but quickly managed to get up and run away. The accused girls even chased her for a bit but eventually gave up.
Bors adds that although the incident happened in 2019, the public prosecutor’s office only delivered a verdict recently. Both perpetrators received a suspended sentence under the supervision of a probation officer.