Robber who broke into hair salon is beaten by its black-belt owner and kept as a sex slave for three days... fed only Viagra
By Daily Mail ReporterLast updated at 3:53 PM on 12th July 2011
A Russian man who tried to rob a hair salon ended up as the victim when the female shop owner overpowered him, tied him up naked and then used him as a sex slave for three days. Viktor Jasinski, 32, admitted to police that he had gone to the salon in Meshchovsk, Russia, with the intention of robbing it. Teaching a lesson: Olga Zajac, 28, allegedly held 32-year-old would-be robber Viktor Jasinski captive for three days in a back room of her hair salon, feeding him Viagra and having sex 'a couple of times' But the tables were turned dramatically when he found himself overcome by owner Olga Zajac, 28, who happened to be a black belt in karate. She allegedly floored the would-be robber with a single kick. Then, in a scene reminiscent of Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, police say Zajac dragged the semi-conscious Jasinski to a back room of the salon and tied him up with a hair dryer cable. She allegedly stripped him naked and, for the next three days, used him as a sex slave to 'teach him a lesson' - force feeding him Viagra to keep the lesson going. The would-be robber was eventually released, with Zajak saying he had learned his lesson. Jasinski went straight to the police and told them of his back-room ordeal, saying that he had been held hostage, handcuffed naked to a radiator, and fed nothing but Viagra. Both have now been arrested. When police arrived to question Zahjac, she said: 'What a bastard. Yes, we had sex a couple of times. But I bought him new jeans, gave him food and even gave him 1,000 roubles when he left." Full article here : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013870/Robber-broke-hair-salon-beaten-black-belt-owner-kept-sex-slave-days--fed-Viagra.html
Yes, well, I suppose it fits the blog title fairly closely.ReplyDelete
Sauce for the goose. I hope she's prosecuted to the full extent of the law. "Raping" men, for women, is more challenging than the reverse, but it can be (I've heard) just as traumatizing.ReplyDelete
I do not think it just deserts (though I wouldn't have felt too bad for him if he'd taken a few blows before she'd called the cops). I can see anyone defending themselves from violence with violence and even, to a much lesser extent, their property. But I never think rape is justified.
Yeah, I'm sure he was really traumatized. Probably did take a few blows too.ReplyDelete
I'll bet she gave him a stiffer sentence than the court would.ReplyDelete
Unlike Stephanie, I think, when you set out to commit a crime, you should be considered to have stepped outside of the law's protection.ReplyDelete
I believe that an intruder, a thief, in someone's home or business should be considered an outlaw, and afforded no consideration or sympathy.
Well, that seems to be a bit hard on him. One should always have protection, I would think. Perhaps even more so if one is intruding into a stranger's business.ReplyDelete
Then, too, I wonder if Stephanie was really serious or if we were simply being favored by some of her legendary sardonic humor.
@Sheila - It does. Thank you for noticing. :)ReplyDelete
I am and was serious. I knew a man gang raped, threatened with a rifle up his ass. He was as traumatized as any girl who had faced the same and far less likely to open up about it, probably because he was unlikely to receive sympathy.ReplyDelete
If a female thief broke into someone's establishment and was raped by the owner, I would want him prosecuted, feeling that attempted thievery doesn't means she deserves to be raped. Why would it be different for a man?