A North Africa soccer team was kicked out of a tournament in Sweden after 30 to 40 team members were accused of molesting three 16-year-old girls outside the stadium.
The crime occurred at the Gothia Youth Cup event at the Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg. The team's 35-year-old manager was arrested.
The mother of one of the victims told the media channel: 'The men kissed the girls and a grown man shoved his tongue in my daughter's mouth.'
Police then arrived after hearing the girls cry for help and arrested the club's 35-year-old manager.
None of the players were detained but the tournament's organisers decided to dismiss the team from the competition.
The Gothia Cup is the world's biggest international youth football tournament and attracts 1,600 teams from 80 countries to the event in Gothenburg.
The annual event had been held every year since 1975 and players from a total of 141 countries have taken part in the competition.
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