A woman was found bound and gagged inside a vacant city-owned home in Santa Ana Tuesday, authorities said. The incident was reported about 1 p. Warner Ave. The property manager notified police, and responding officers heard someone moaning from inside the house, according to Bertagna.
Santa Ana police detectives determined Tuesday evening that a woman found bound and gagged inside a vacant home in Santa Ana was not kidnapped. The woman, who is homeless, told authorities earlier in the day that she was abducted hours earlier close to the bike trail near Rousselle Street. Anthony Bertagna. Bertagna said the woman was found after maintenance contractors working for the city went to the vacant home at E. Warner Ave.
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A viral photo showing a woman bound and gagged to prevent her interrupting a telecast of the Bathurst has sparked a heated debate online. Hundreds of women expressed their disgust at the 'misogynistic' and 'disgraceful' image after it was shared online by domestic violence campaigner Sherele Moody. Ms Moody claimed the photo promoted violence against women, referencing the 57 women in Australia who have been killed in alone. But male racing enthusiasts were quick to hit back, hijacking her post to insist the photo was a 'harmless' joke being taken the wrong way. A photo is circulating showing a woman bound and gagged while her husband watches the Bathurst In the image, the young woman has her arms tied to the back of a chair and tape around her ankles and over her mouth. She is sitting with her back to the television which is showing the Supercars race. Ms Moody's post attracted almost 2, comments, which were divided between being appalled at the connotations of the picture and appreciating it as a joke. Ms Moody went on to say the photo was a prime example of how Australians were responding to toxic masculinity. Drivers compete for about 6.
A FACEBOOK post that used a picture of a woman bound and gagged to celebrate a sporting event has sparked an angry backlash from domestic abuse campaigners. The image, which was shared by Hoons-Burnout's Street Racing Australia ahead of the Bathurst V8 car race, showed a woman tied to a chair with tape over her mouth while the race played on a television behind her. Hundreds of people criticised the "misogynistic" and "disgraceful" post after is was shared online by Sherele Moody, founder of The Red Heart Campaign, a group that campaigns to end violence and abuse against women and children. The original post has since been deleted, but had already been shared on a number of other Facebook groups. On average, one woman in Australia is murdered each week by her current or former partner, and women are at least three times more likely than men to experience domestic violence. Others said that the post wasn't representative of attitudes within the wider racing community. We pay for your stories!