Police have asked for an investigation into crimes against sexual freedom in Spain. “My reaction to the extreme violence was one of disgust plus restraint.”
Filed by an officer of the Spanish National Police. Complaint about ‘sudden and non-consensual’ kiss on the mouth The woman gave it to him during an operation to oppose the October 1, 2017 independence referendum in Catalonia, which could amount to a crime against sexual freedom.
“My reaction, in addition to disgust, was a fight with extreme violence.” He pointed out that the woman insulted him and then, realizing there were media cameras, grabbed him with both hands, “frozen him” and kissed him on the mouth.
The document was reported by Agence Europa and submitted to Barcelona’s 7th Investigative Court on September 11 by officers of the Police Intervention Unit (UIP).
People known as “riot police” were deployed to Barcelona in October 2017 to comply with a court order blocking the independence referendum.
Investigators requested the woman’s identity and provided images and links to videos published on social media channels. Youtube A place where kisses are appreciated.
They are also calling for preventive measures to be taken. 1000 meters distance from the complainant and to prohibit communication with him by any means to protect the victim, namely the police officer.
Woman and police kiss in Spain
In the document, the uniformed man tells his version of events and confirms that the woman repeatedly insulted him before kissing him.
“A woman around 60 years old approached me and said, He insulted me, and when he noticed the camera near both of us, he grabbed my neck and the riot helmet I wore when I was in uniform with both hands. To his surprise, I stopped moving and brought my head closer to him, then kissed his mouth on mine,” he explained.
The judicial brief highlights an atmosphere of “extreme environmental violence” and a “highly sexual mood” and warns that the police response may have caused heightened tensions. “My reaction was one of disgust and controversy in the face of the extreme violence experienced at each school,” he continues.
“If you cling to the bottom of the helmet, you won’t be able to free yourself or prevent your hips from being bent by the helmet. On the other hand, it will cause a sudden reaction to abuse, which is even more detrimental to the integrity of the helmet. We are trying to avoid a situation that could pose a great risk.” “We were patient,” the national police officer added.