Upon seeing him, Zoya instantly noticed something strange about the man’s body language. She had intended to pass by him as quickly as possible without making eye contact, however that changed when he stepped right in front of her. The man exposed himself in public, a crime according to the Pakistani penal code. To maintain evidence, Zoya recorded the incident. As Zoya walked away from him, moved to cover his face with his shirt and arm, before advancing on her.
“I was coming back from my institute and going back home in the afternoon around 02.30 pm. I use that bridge to cross the road on daily basis. I was wearing a decent dress, not jeans and a top,” said Zoya to a private news source.
While the notion of pulling something like this – that too in public – is horrific, it is hardly surprising anymore; we have seen similar cases far too many times before, from careem captains and motorcyclists to bus passengers and now this.