Video goes viral in which combi passengers beat alleged thief after assault in Coacalco

Among so many videos that have gone viral on networks with the exact moment in which passengers of various combis are assaulted in the State of Mexico, now the roles have been reversed, because on this occasion the users shared the recording of an alleged assailant being beaten on board of one of the units.

The short video begins with one of the passengers introducing the alleged thief and recounting that he and an accomplice shot the people who were on board the public transport van in Coacalco, Mexico.

Meanwhile, sitting in the seats that turn their backs to the driver of the unit, a young man dressed in black and white sneakers avoids looking at the camera while rubbing his forehead with his hands and trying to remove the blood that slips from him.

Later, the person recording seems to be sitting next to the door of the combi while the alleged thief is lying on the ground being beaten by another passenger, while they ask him where his son lives. accomplice, who managed to escape from the place in the assault.

And while he refuses to answer, threatening his interlocutor and asking him to stop hitting him, he continues to receive blows to the ribs and head, accompanied by a “you would have thought of that before”.

The danger goes by public transport

According to the head of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico (FGJEM), it is estimated that between 50 and 100 assaults occur daily on public transportation in Mexico, although most cases are not reported.

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Similarly, with the complaints that did reach the FGJEM, between 2020 and 2021 the robberies of users increased by 7 percent, helped by the fact that now they even get up in disguise to avoid being recognized and that the driver lets them get on. to the unit, where they have even come to not need to show a firearm, but to pure threats.

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