A village mayor in the Mexican town of Las Margaritas was reportedly ripped out of his office, beaten and tied up to a pickup truck . . . and dragged around the streets of the town. The culprits? Residents that had voted for him.
Mayor Jorge Luis Escandón Hernández caught the wrath of local farmers that were demanding he build a road he promised to construct during his campaign.
The mayor was rescued by authorities and is doing okay, but the incident caused a brawl between the locals and the police, leaving at least 20 injured and 11 arrested. No word on if that road will be built anytime soon.
Source: Fox News