The respondent, a male adult from Marocco, was walking on a highway from Belo Polje in Serbia to Pirot. He was together with a friend. About 2 km from Pirot, the respondent claimed that several police cars came and there were four individuals wearing uniform that resemble these of police officers. According to the respondent, the officers were wearing completely black uniforms and had balaclava mask where only their eyes were shown. The officers forced the respondent and his friend into a car. They were both in the same car and the police drove for about an hour. The respondent reported that the car was intoxicated, so they couldn’t see where they were going. They were brought to the border close to Bogoyna. There they had to go out of the car. It was close to a river. The police took clothes shoes and other belongings from them and smashed their phones. After that, the police beat the respondent and his friend severely. The respondent said ‘’it was as if they were beating animals.’’ They were hit and kicked twice for what felt like fifteen minutes. The respondent got pepper sprayed in his eyes. After almost two weeks, his foot is still swollen because of the kicking and the respondent has bruises on his legs. After the beating the respondent and his friend were forced into the river. Whereafter they had to spend the night in the forest in Bulgaria.