"Around 9.30 am my friend and I were jogging when he made strange noises and eve-teased me (an Indian term for public sexual harassment or molestation)," Ms Chindlur told the Bangalore Mirror.
"I tried to scare him by running after him. He tried to flee, but I chased him and hit him. However, he managed to escape," said Ms Chindlur.
She posted the whole footage on social networking site with a message, "I am posting this video for women to know that change will happen only when we want it to happen!"
The accused Suryaprakash was arrested under the charges of outraging the modesty of a woman and was let off on bail later.
Seems like Mrs. Chindlur has set an example for all the women who prefer to maintain silence when such incidents happen.
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