A 12-year-old boy was abused by a young woman between the ages of 25 and 30 who was caught by three young men. In the footage, you can clearly see that these men were in their storey building when they noticed the woman and her young son exiting an unfinished building. The woman at the entry checked side by side to see if anyone was nearby but saw no one.
She then instructed the youngster to take the lead, but the men said they had seen her and would beat them up if they tried to go. Afraid to move, the elderly woman and the youngster stood there. Despite the lady's best efforts to prove to the men that the small child is actually her younger brother, they insisted that she was lying about it.
According to the footage, the men can be seen asking the tiny child, "Surely you've heard of her. What year were you born? "As a matter of fact. The 12-year-old child claimed he didn't know her and that he too was 12 years old when questioned. An elderly woman begged the men to share her story to the boy's parents, but the men said they'd take them to their house and tell them what happened inside the unfinished construction.
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