Six villagers in India have confessed to the gang rape of a Swiss tourist, according to police.
The woman was on a cycling holiday with her husband in Madhya Pradesh state when they were attacked.
The six men were all arrested after they admitted to the crime, a spokesman said.
The alleged rapists live in a village near the forested area where the couple had stopped to camp for the night.
They were en route to the popular tourist destination of Agra in northern India.
“They were passing by, noticed the couple putting up their tent and saw an opportunity to attack and rape the woman,” local police official M S Dhodee said.
It is believed the man was beaten and tied to a tree while his wife was sexually assaulted.
The woman, who is thought to be around 39, was treated in hospital but released on Saturday.
The Swiss embassy said it was in touch with local authorities in Madhya Pradesh and has urged a “swift investigation and for justice to be done”.
The attack comes just a few days after the man accused of leading the fatal gang rape of a student on a New Delhi bus was found hanged in his prison cell.
Police say Ram Singh took his own life in the high-security Tihar jail, where he had been on suicide watch in an isolated cell.
The case made headlines around the world and raised the issue of sexual violence against women in India.
The student’s internal injuries were so horrific she died two weeks later in a hospital in Singapore despite surgery to try to save her.
Four other men and a juvenile are on trial for that attack.
One woman is raped every 20 minutes in India, according to the National Crime Records Bureau.
But police estimate only four out of 10 rapes are reported, largely due to victims’ fear of being shamed by their families and communities.