Gurgaon: A 34-year-old man working at the showroom of a South Korean automobile company has been booked for allegedly stalking, molesting and blackmailing his junior in office after she chose to move out of a relationship they were in for the past two years.
On Sunday, the accused stopped the woman near Tau Devi Lal Stadium when she was on her way to office and tried to grab her hand. But the man fled the spot after she raised an alarm and people started gathering there. The woman, who earlier worked with Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, lodged a police complaint. She alleged that the accused was forcing her to return to his rented flat in Sector 38 that they shared until a few weeks ago. “He was threatening to upload on social media a few pictures of mine that he had clicked when we were together. But every time, I refused to meet him,” she mentionedin her complaint.
The man and the woman had met each other when she joined the showroom two years ago. They started talking during a training session for new recruits and began liking each other. Soon, they moved to a flat in Sector 38.
Things, however, turned sour between the two when the woman started prodding him for marriage. The accused, police said, was already married and his wife and two children lived in Punjab. When the woman came to know about this, she moved out of the house and the relationship. It was then that the showroom executive threatened to circulate the woman’s pictures and videos. Last week, he acted on his threats and sent a few pictures to her brother.
“They were the pictures he had clicked when the two were together,” said a senior police officer.
“He is yet to be arrested. We have formed different teams and are conducting raids at several places,” said Aman Yadav, ACP (Sadar).