When she told him to stop, he hit her in the head with his fist.
She fell down and he punched her a second time, pushed her head into the snow and screamed at her he would rape and kill her before fleeing.
The same day another woman was walking home from a restaurant was attacked by three men.
Adults saw what was happening and intervened before the men escaped.
A women was walking alone at midnight in the town centre when a man passing by made sexual remark. He punched her, splitting her eyebrow and threatened to kill her. A women walking to work near the university was attacked by three men, beaten and pushed to the ground.
Fear: The residents of the Swedish town of Östersund, population 45,000, are living in fear after police this week told women not to walk alone on the city streets at night following a spate of sex attacks Centre: Many blame rise in sex crimes on the new arrivals and police said victims told them attackers were of 'foreign origin'.
Women have been warned by police not to walk alone at night after the once peaceful town of Östersund was shaken to its core by a string of vicious attacks on females and even children by groups of young men of 'foreign origin'.
And in the latest incident just five days ago, a woman had to use martial arts to elbow her would-be rapist in the head and escape after three men surrounded her and punched to the ground and tried to pull her trousers down.