Gymnasium coach arrested for ‘stalking, harassing’ more than 100 women on the web

A 22-12 months-previous health and fitness center coach has been arrested by the Delhi Police for allegedly stalking and harassing more than 100 females on Fb and other social media platforms, claimed officials on Saturday. The accused, Vikas Kumar, allegedly despatched obscene messages and video clips to women and harassed them.

Law enforcement explained they received a criticism of cyberstalking from a female in the money.

The complainant alleged the accused was harassing her by sending obscene messages and stalking her on the net inspite of her telling him not to do so. The accused also threatened the complainant, declaring he is familiar with her personal aspects.

Amit Goel, Further DCP (Southwest), reported the Cyber crew of the district contacted Facebook and found the accused created phony IDs to target females. All his specifics have been uncovered to be bogus.

“We took out the cellular phone variety linked to the account and tried out to trace it but it was with another person else. Our crew then observed that the accused life in the vicinity of the complainant’s household,” reported the officer.

Kumar was discovered and arrested from his residence.

Throughout questioning, Kumar instructed law enforcement he had manufactured Fb accounts posing as a woman to send out good friend requests to women.

“We identified three accounts with about 2,000 persons in the friends’ list. The accused was stalking much more than a hundred girls. He would also make movie phone calls to these ladies and flash them,” reported the officer.

Law enforcement mentioned the accused had been harassing the complainant for months.