Claims threatening female passenger on the subway in Bursa

The allegation of threatening female passengers in the metro in Bursa proved unfounded: It turned out that the alleged debate between a 50-year-old man and female passengers in Bursa was a perception operation. Contrary to the allegations, it was reported that there was no application to the courthouse and police units, while BURULAŞ General Manager Levent Fidansoy stated that a group made unfounded allegations in order to increase the incident in Istanbul.
It turned out that the alleged discussions between a 50-year-old man and female passengers in Bursa were a perception operation. Contrary to the allegations, it was reported that there was no application to the courthouse and police units, while BURULAŞ General Manager Levent Fidansoy stated that a group made unfounded allegations in order to increase the incident in Istanbul.
It was alleged that a 50-year-old man at a metro station in Bursa shouted insults to female passengers and was attacked in Istanbul, reminding Ayşegül Terzi, saying, 'You know what happened to a woman in shorts, you are still talking'. In the allegations made by an internet site, it was alleged that the woman named DK also filed a complaint with the Bursa Chief Public Prosecutor's Office after the events.
"It is a perception operation by 90 percent"
However, it turned out that the allegations made were perception operations. Taking action after the allegations, BURULAŞ officials examined the historical records of all security cameras at the subway station in question. However, it was understood that there were no complaints that were reflected on the cameras or received by the security guards. BURULAŞ General Manager Levent Fidansoy said, “There is no information about a passenger complaint, detection of our friends, or an application from the police. This event is 90 percent perception operation. "We think it is a game of those who want to magnify the incident of a woman who had been on a bus in Istanbul in shorts a while ago was exposed to violence."
Police officials said they heard about the news from the media, and then they made studies for the past, but unfortunately they did not come to the court and the police units.

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