Chinese airline employee alleges rape by senior
Beijing, May 10 (IANS) A woman employee of a Chinese airlines has alleged that she was raped by one of her superiors in the firm's office in Beijing.
Xiamen Airline ground worker Wang Yan said Cao Zhijun, deputy chief of the Beijing office, forced her to have sex with him after dinner at a hotel last month.
The airline, based in Xiamen in Fujian province, said it was investigating the allegations, the Shanghai Daily reported.
She posted photos on the internet of the accused and herself with dishevelled hair and in tears, the daily said.
She said she and another woman colleague were asked to have dinner with Cao and other officials. After dinner, Cao asked Wang to take him back to his hotel room because he was drunk while her colleague left. In the hotel room, Cao allegedly raped her.
"I posted Cao's pictures on the internet to protect my colleagues from being hurt by him," the woman said.
Wang described her experience in a blog that has received more than 300,000 page views.
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