Flight attendant and her girlfriend brutally beaten on bus by gang after refusing to 'kiss for their entertainment'
The two women were brutally thrashed and left covered in blood aboard a bus in London as they refused to entertainment the men's sick requests
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A Ryanair stewardess and her girlfriend were brutally beaten up and left covered in blood by a gang of men who allegedly attacked them onboard a London bus after the women refused to kiss for their entertainment.
The stewardess, 28-year-old Melania Geymonat was riding the bus along with her American girlfriend Chris after an evening out in West Hampstead in North West London in the early hours of May 30. During the journey, the group of men noticed that the women were a couple and started to demand that they kiss for their entertainment while making several crude sexual gestures.
According to a DailyMail report, Geymonat shared, "They wanted us to kiss so they could watch us. I tried to defuse the situation as I'm not a confrontational person, telling them to please leave us alone as Chris wasn't feeling well." The men were all in their 20s and 30s and had started to throw things around on the bus which was heading towards Camden even as the couple implored them to stop.
"The next thing I remember was Chris in the middle of them and they were beating her. I didn't think about it and went in. I was pulling her back and trying to defend her so they started beating me up. I don't even know if I was knocked unconscious. I felt blood, I was bleeding all over my clothes and all over the floor. We went downstairs and the police were there," Geymonat shared.
Geymonat added that the couple had decided to sit in the front of the top deck as they loved the seats but the journey was much worse than they expected. She added that there were four men out of which one spoke Spanish while the others had a British accent. The attackers also decided to rob the couple before getting off the bus. "It's not something isolated, it's common. We were seen as entertainment, that's what makes me so angry," she shared.
The flight attendant posted about her experience which took place on Wednesday, June 4, in a Facebook post which received more than 3,700 comments and 9,700 shares. Last year, Geymonat graduated as a doctor at the Universidad de la República in Montevideo before moving to the UK.