Acapulco: Tourists Tied up with Bikinis and Gang Raped by Masked Robbers
A group of tourists have been raped by a masked gang who raided their holiday villa in the Mexican resort of Acapulco.
Local authorities said the armed men burst into the bungalow rented by 13 Spanish tourists, six women and seven men, and a Mexican woman, in Playa Bonfil, facing the Pacific Ocean, near the famous Punta Diamante area, local authorities said.
The attackers gagged and tied up the men with phone cables and then raped the women, who they had bound up with their own bikinis.
Police received an emergency call at 7am, five hours after the tourists’ ordeal had started.
A number of credit cards and tablets and 7.800 pesos (£390) were also stolen from the tourists, who are reportedly all under 30 years of age.
Acapulco’s state of Guerrero is experiencing a bloody turf war between drugs gangs between the Michoacan Family and the Knights Templar.