‘A warm liquid started to pour over the back of my legs’: Australian student, 20, on exchange in London horrified after ‘man urinates on her while in the moshpit at a festival’
- A horrified UNSW student was urinated on during a Lorde concert in London
- Joyce Qiu was enjoying the festival moshpit when she felt warm sensation on leg
- 20-year-old turned to see a man’s genitals, leaving her standing in urine puddle
An Australian student was left horrified after a man ‘urinated’ on her while she was dancing with friends in a music festival moshpit.
Joyce Qiu was on exchange in London when she was subjected to the vile act during a Lorde performance – which left her standing in a puddle of the stranger’s urine.
The 20-year-old said one moment she was dancing and enjoying herself and the next a ‘guy had his genitals out and was urinating on (her) legs’.
An Australian student was left horrified after a man ‘urinated’ (pictured) on her while they were in a festival moshpit in London
Joyce Qiu (pictured) was on exchange when she was attacked with the vile act during a Lorde performance which left her standing in a puddle of urine which soaked her socks
‘After feeling a warm liquid start to pour over the backs of my legs, I realised that the guy behind me was peeing on me,’ Ms Qiu wrote online.
The perpetrator allegedly relieved himself all over the back of the young woman and into her boots as he ‘splashed his pee’ onto people surrounding them.
‘My socks were then squelchy with his urine as we stood in the moshpit that was very tight,’ she explained.
‘I am left repulsed and completely disgusted by such an act, not to mention how harassed and degraded I feel.
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‘It could have been anyone in front of him who copped this sickening behaviour and this is not okay.’
The University of New South Wales student said she rinsed of her legs with some water and reported the incident to festival workers who gave her a pair of thongs so she could ‘walk home in clean shoes’.
‘I can’t help but think that if I was a tall, white male looking very buff and strong would he have peed on me or moved on to someone more vulnerable,’ Ms Qiu told news.com.au.
The perpetrator (left) allegedly relieved himself all over the back of the young woman and into her boots as he ‘splashed his pee’ onto people surrounding
The horrid act allegedly took place at the All Points East three-day festival, which is managed by the Coachella creative team, in late May but the man accused is yet to be found.
‘People like him need to know that you cannot just urinate on someone because you can’t be bothered to get out of the moshpit and then just get away with it,’ Ms Qiu wrote.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted All Points East for comment.
The horrid act allegedly took place at the All Points East three-day festival (pictured), which is managed by the Coachella creative team, in late May but the man accused is yet to be found
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