TikTok a été interdit au Pakistan à plusieurs reprises pour avoir « contenu inapproprié » et « contenu vulgaire ». Cependant, l'application reste populaire dans le pays avec plus de 39 millions de téléchargements </p><div> <img class="fp-lazy" title="La Pakistanaise TikToker agressée, ses vêtements déchirés par la foule lors du tournage d'une vidéo" alt="La Pakistanaise TikToker agressée, ses vêtements déchirés par la foule lors du tournage d'une vidéo" src="https://www.fr24news.com/fr/a1/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Une-Pakistanaise-agressee-par-la-foule-le-jour-de-lindependance.jpg"/> <p class="wp-caption-text"> Image représentative. Actualités18 </div><div> Une femme pakistanaise TikToker a affirmé avoir été "attaquée" par des centaines de personnes alors qu'elle tournait une vidéo le 14 août, jour de l'indépendance du Pakistan, à Lahore.
In her complaint, the woman said she was filming a video near Minar-e-Pakistan with six companions, when a crowd of around 300 to 400 people attacked them. “People were climbing the compound,” to assault the group, the woman said. She alleged that her clothes were torn and that she was thrown into the air by the crowd.
The complaint states that the group tried to escape but that “unidentified people violently assaulted us.”
The woman also complained about the theft of her ring and earrings. A phone belonging to one of his companions, his identity card, and a sum of Rs 15,000 were also snatched by the crowd.
The complaint said several passers-by tried to help the group escape from the crowd, but were unsuccessful.
Video of the incident went viral on social media, with many users horrified by the clip. Several expressed their anger and dismay at the events.
Lahore DIG Operations Sajid Kiyani ordered the Police Commissioner (SP) to take “immediate action” against those involved in the incident. Kiyani said people who “violated the honor of women and harassed them will be subject to the law.”
Police learned of the incident and filed a complaint against hundreds of unidentified people for assault and theft.
TikTok has been banned in Pakistan on several occasions on charges of “inappropriate content” and “vulgar content”. The app remains popular in the country with over 39 million downloads.