- Jazmin Contreras, 19, was suffocated by two of her employees at the fabric shop
A female boss was killed by a pair of male workers who did not like being ordered around by a woman.
Jazmin Contreras, 19, was lynched by two of her employees at a fabric shop in the village of San Cosme Mazatecochco, in the central Mexican state of Tlaxcala.
Shocking CCTV footage shows her struggling inside the shop before being dragged away to her death.
In the horrifying video, Jazmin can be seen surrounded by various fabrics as two men - holding her on each side - slowly force her outside.
The workers, identified as Miguel and Oscar, both 24, then hid her body in a nearby forest.
Police identified them using CCTV footage and arrested the pair who confessed to the murder.
Jazmin's Heartbroken Husband Francisco said: 'They could not accept that a Younger Woman Ordered them around. Therefore they killed her, because of their machismo.'
Police launched an investigation after Jazmin's relatives reported that she had failed to come home from work.
Oscar was arrested on October 18 and admitted killing Jazmin with the help of Miguel, who was arrested a few days later.
The pair said the crime was motivated by 'personal and economical problems,' and it is believed they did not like taking orders from a woman.
Miguel was also 14,000 MXN (£554) in debt to Jazmin at the time of her death.
Police officers found Jazmin's body on the morning of 20th October and autopsy confirmed she had been suffocated.
The men now face up to 30 years in prison when they are sentenced for the murder.