Three stooges kiss their freedom goodbye

Two women, ages 22 and 26, were beaten and held against their will by three hooligans in a Mission Street hotel early Thursday morning, police said.

The women walked upon the three men, ages 25 to 36, in the hallway around 3 a.m., cops said.

One of the hooligans attempted to kiss one of the victims and when her friend intervened to help, the brutes physically attacked them and prevented them from leaving the hotel, police said.  

Cops arrived on the scene and arrested the two-bit thugs, police said. The women sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

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