Swedish police arrested a German tourist for filming naked and groping women
Posted On August 6, 2021
B17: Urban project Urbana, Sweden, is facing accusations of sexual harassment after a German national was arrested on Friday for filming women in a park and groped them in the street.
The 35-year-old was identified by Swedish media as Stefan Karl-Ottberg, who has been a member of the B17 group of companies since 2007.
The group, which operates a number of companies in the city, including the Swedish clothing company BKH, has recently been accused of sexual misconduct by at least five women.
On Friday, a group of B17 workers at the park where Karl-Osb, a resident of Biel, was filming began a walk in the park in the middle of the night to film the men and women.
They then went to a nearby shop, where they took pictures of the women, the women said.
They said that a young man followed them as they were filming and made lewd remarks, touching them inappropriately, and grabbing their breasts.
They told police that they had been assaulted and gropED by the man on a number a occasions.
A complaint was filed by a member from the local branch of the Swedish Association for Sexual Violence Prevention, which has been helping victims of sexual abuse in the capital.
Police said that they will be looking into the case.
Karl-Obberg’s arrest is a huge blow to the BkH group, according to Anna Lindholm, the group’s spokeswoman.
“We have lost our business,” she told Swedish news agency TT.
“This is a very serious issue.
The Bkh group has lost one of its members.”
The group’s official website describes itself as “a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the safety and wellbeing of all people and the environment in urban and rural settings.”
It has been accused by women who have accused the group of sexually harassing them.
A spokesperson for the BKh group said that the group does not tolerate sexual harassment.
“Our group does indeed condemn this kind of behaviour,” the spokesperson said.
“In fact, we have worked with the police and have taken action to ensure that we are fully compliant with the law and have a zero tolerance for this kind a behaviour.”
Karl-Ansberg’s lawyer, Kristian Møller, said that he had not been contacted by police but would “look into” the matter.
“I don’t want to speculate on the case, because I don’t know what will happen next,” he said.
Karl Osb told local news outlet RUV that he has been harassed by the group for years, and that he and his wife have been the victims of several similar incidents.
“The worst part is that I was never even aware of the existence of this group,” he told the newspaper.
“They are responsible for the harassment and they have always done that.
I can’t believe it.”