7 women pet owners in Mumbai get lewd pics after society makes their numbers, email IDs public
Mumbai city news: The society allegedly put up a notice on February 28, asking residents to boycott the womenmumbai Updated: Jul 10, 2017 14:47 IST
Women pet owners living at an upscale housing complex at Nerul, Navi Mumbai, found packets containing lewd photographs at their doorsteps on May 28. Some of these photographs featured dogs, they complained.
The women told the NRI police they were being harassed by a few unidentified members of the same society for the past few months. “After the women complained to us, we registered a case against the accused,” said Shahaji Jadhav, senior inspector, NRI police station.
The society allegedly put up a notice on February 28, asking residents to boycott the women as their love for animals was “causing inconvenience to others.” The list featured the women’s names, telephone numbers and email IDs.
The society put up the same list on Saturday.
“If the women’s pets are inconveniencing society members, they should discuss the matter openly. Sending packets containing pornographic photos is not the answer. Investigations are ongoing,” he said.
First Published: Jul 10, 2017 14:46 IST