A lesbian couple were held captive by homophobic family members – until one of the women escaped by leaping over a wall.
According to reports by the Times of India, the couple had a wedding ceremony at Budheshwar temple in Uttar Pradesh, India on 17 November.
Some time after, one of the women told officials, relatives took her and her wife captive, holding them against their will at the family home.
The woman explained that eventually she managed to reach the terrace of the house, leapt over a wall and rushed to police.
Officers attended the house and managed to rescue the other woman, bringing her back to the station and reuniting her with her wife.
Assistant commissioner I P Singh confirmed to the Times of India that the women were held against their will. He added their families are “against their relationship”.
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