News Unusual: Delhi boy forced to drink acid, drunk woman kisses policeman, Italian policewoman shoots teen son dead, kills herself

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Drunk woman kisses policeman

Kolkata– This is one kiss which the recipient could have never expected. A policeman who stopped and hauled up a drunk woman for rash driving ended up being hugged and smooched, police said Thursday.

The woman, in her late 30s, was driving her car while returning from a party around Wednesday-Thursday midnight in an allegedly heavily inebriated condition, police said.

She apparently lost control at the Chingrihata crossing on the Eastern Metropolitan by-pass close to Salt Lake and hit a divider.

However, when a taxi driver tried to rescue her, the woman thrashed him.

Then a constable tried to bring out the woman and her two friends – a man and a woman, who were also under the influence of liquor A- from the car. But, the policeman was hardly prepared for what followed next.

The woman pulled him towards her, hugged him tightly, and started raining kisses on him.

The woman has been booked for rash driving under the influence of liquor. Cases have also been initiated against her two friends for misconduct.

“We may even start a case against the woman driver for trying to bribe a policeman by kissing him,” said a police officer lightheartedly.

Delhi boy forced to drink acid, two held

New Delhi–A 17-year-old boy was forced to drink acid by a group of people, a day after a scuffle over shortage of paneer at a dairy store here, family members said on Thursday.

Deputy Commissioner of Police Romil Baaniya said: “Two suspects have been detained this (Thursday) evening in connection with the incident and they’re being interrogated.”

A police officer privy to the case identified the victim as Yogesh Sagar and said the incident took place in Sangam Vihar area of south Delhi on Tuesday night.

Sagar is recuperating at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) but has not yet begun talking, his father Babulal, 43, told IANS.

Babulal said they ran a dairy story on Ratiya Marg of Sangam Vihar and lived on the first floor of the same building.

“On Monday, around 9 p.m, two people came to our shop and asked for paneer (cottage cheese). When he (Sagar) said that paneer is out of stock, they came inside the shop started searching inside the fridge,” Babulal said.

This led to an altercation followed by a scuffle between Sagar and the two persons, who left after threatening him.

Around 11 p.m on Tuesday, as Sagar was closing the shop, some nine persons pounced on him, according to the victim’s family. “Two of them held him at gun-point while another forced acid down his throat,” Babulal said.

Italian policewoman shoots teen son dead, kills herself

Grosseto–Italy–The head of traffic police in the Italian coastal resort of Porto Santo Stefano shot her teenage son to death on Thursday before committing suicide with the same gun, police said.

Fifty-five-year-old widow Loredana Busonero, shot her 17-year-old son Francesco Visconti with her service pistol as he slept in his bed at the family home before turning the gun on herself, say police.

Police called to the scene by worried neighbours at around 8 a.m. found Busonero’s body. Her son died before reaching hospital.

The scene of Thursday’s tragedy was sealed off as police forensics officers gathered evidence.

“We didn’t expect this, it’s a real tragedy,” said Mayor Arturo Cerulli was quoted as saying by regional daily Il Tirreno.

Busonero had suffered past health problems and had been deeply affected by the suicide of her father, which she saw as a “betrayal”, the daily quoted Cerulli as saying.

Busonero had been at work the previous day and appeared her normal self, according to colleagues, it said.

Busonero was the widow of lawyer Marco Visconti, a former local mayor and ex deputy governor of the surrounding province of Grosseto, who died aged 56 in May 2015.

The police investigation of the murder-suicide is being spearheaded by prosecutors in Grosseto.



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