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    Ojek Driver in Bali Suffers Critically Bitten Tongue When He Tries to Rape Woman Passenger

    (11/14/2017)

    A 27-year-old Turkish woman, living as an exchanges student in Bali, left a man “speechless” after he presumably tried to rape her in an empty field in Uluwatu, South Bali.

    As reported by Beritabali.com, the woman, identified only be the initials NB, had hailed on online GRAB ojek motorcycle on Monday. November 13, 2017.

    Traveling from Sanur to the woman’s boarding house in Jimbaran, South Kuta, the motorcycle driver made a sudden detour to isolated, empty fields near the Movenpick Hotel.

    Steering his Turkish passenger into the empty field, the motorcycle driver, Edison Lumbanbatu (23), reportedly ignored protests from his female passenger that he was taking the wrong road. In the empty field, he stopped the bike and attempted to embrace the woman. NB refused the approach, causing Edison to brutally strike the woman to the ground, inflicting head and arm wounds in the process.

    The man then climbed on top of the woman and attempted to kiss her. The woman struggled and fought the man, almost biting the man’s tongue off.

    While the driver was bleeding profusely and in pain, the woman fled the scene and sought help from local residents who sent the woman to the Kasih Ibu Hospital in Kedonganan for treatment of head and arm injuries. Meanwhile, Edison Lumbantu was rushed to the emergency room at Bali’s Sanglah General Hospital under police guard in an effort to save his tongue said to be left dangling by a shred.

    Police say they have been unable to interrogate the ojek driver who is unable to talk while doctors work to treat and save his badly injured tongue.

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