Spanish Travel Influencers Fernanda and Vicente Brutally Attacked in India, Three Arrested

In a shocking turn of events, Spanish influencers Fernanda, 28, and Vicente, 63, fell victim to a horrifying attack during their global motorcycling tour in India.

The couple, known for documenting their journey online, experienced a nightmarish assault by a group of seven men in Dumka district, Jharkhand, leaving them traumatized and injured.

Surviving the Nightmare: Fernanda and Vicente Share Harrowing Details of Assault

Fernanda and Vicente, who boast a substantial online following, were making their way to Nepal from India on separate motorcycles.

The assailants attacked them while they were camping in a makeshift tent, subjecting Fernanda to a gang rape and brutally beating Vicente.

The couple, now recovering in an Indian hospital, shared heartbreaking details of the injuries sustained during the traumatic incident.

Desperate Plea for Justice: Spanish Influencer Vows to Expose Attackers

Breaking down in a video from the hospital, Vicente revealed the extent of the injuries, emphasizing the brutal nature of the assault.

Fernanda, a dual citizen of Spain and Brazil, expressed her fear of death during the attack and documented visible bruises on her face.

Despite the trauma, Fernanda vowed not to rest until justice is served, taking to her Instagram to teach others about the fight for justice.

Police Investigation Underway: Three Attackers Arrested, Four Still at Large

Indian authorities swiftly arrested three of the attackers, aged between 20 and 30, with a manhunt underway for the remaining four suspects.

The victims reported the incident to the police, but Fernanda later revealed she was asked to take down the video from her Instagram to avoid interference with the investigation.

The couple received £9,500 as compensation for their troubles.

Global Journey Interrupted: Spanish Duo, Victims of Violent Attack, Plan Return to Spain

Fernanda and Vicente, known as @vueltaalmundoenmoto on Instagram, have been on a mission to travel the globe for five years, covering 170,000 km and visiting 66 countries.

The Brazilian embassy, confirming the attack, expressed repudiation for the crime and offered ongoing assistance.

The couple is now planning to return to Spain before resuming their world tour at a later date.

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