Naked man kills female jogger while ‘attacking multiple people’ in Swiss park

A woman was killed by a ‘screaming naked’ man in Switzerland while ‘he attacked multiple people’ in a Swiss park.

The jogger was assaulted shortly before 8pm at the Villa Alma Park in Männedorf on Tuesday evening, according to local reports. 

Passersby had raised the alarm when the man, 19, began attacking people at random, and when police arrived on site, they discovered the Swiss woman lying on the ground in a critical condition.

The perpetrator, also a Swiss, was found on the park grounds and was immediately arrested by police. 

Local reports claim the young man attacked the woman ‘loudly, and completely naked’ before he was apprehended. 

A man, 19, killed a female jogger and physically attacked other people at the Villa Alma Park (pictured), in Männedorf, on Tuesday evening

According to a local, the lifeless woman was lying on the grass beside the shore of Lake Zurich when she was discovered.

But tragically, despite immediate resuscitation attempts, the jogger died at the scene from her serious injuries.

She has not yet been identified. 

‘It couldn’t be a swimming accident because the place isn’t easy to reach. It’s a narrow place that you can only get to via a narrow staircase,’ he told Blick. 

Another stunned resident spoke of his shock following the terrifying ordeal, saying: ‘There are a lot of young people out and about in this park in the evenings. 

‘It’s crazy what happened here. I was very shocked when I found out this morning’. 

According to police, the alleged perpetrator also injured another woman on Tuesday evening, who suffered with minor injuries.

Cops are still investigating what exactly the teen used to injure the victim’s in Tuesday’s attacks and have not yet provided any details about the man.

The crime scene is still visible at the park on Wednesday, with images showing a pool of blood on a path covered with sand.

A concerned resident who lives opposite the Villa Alma told Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger that he was left startled by the sirens and flashing lights visible from his home on Tuesday evening.

He revealed he paid a trip to the crime scene on Wednesday, saying: ‘I already have a bad feeling.’

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