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Prostitute who reported robbery convicted for having consensual sex outside wedlock

DUBAI - A prostitute who reported a customer to police for stealing her bag, was, along with her customer, convicted for having consensual sex outside wedlock.

AM, 26, a plumber from Afghanistan, had sex with KT, 23, from Tajikistan, before taking her bag, which contained her smartphone and Dh2,700 in cash, Dubai Criminal Court heard last month.

The woman reported AM to police, saying he trespassed into her flat, assaulted her and robbed her but neglected to mention that she had sex with him.

“I was about to go out when I opened my door and saw the defendant, who forced himself inside by pushing me backwards into my flat then locked the door,” she said in her initial testimony. “He beat me then smashed my phone and took my bag and, when I screamed, he ran away.”

Later, when the plumber was arrested, he said that he was at her flat with her consent to pay her for sex, after which he took her bag and kept it with him. The Afghan added that he did not know what made him take the bag.

When confronted with this account, the woman confessed to being a prostitute.

The plumber faced charges of trespassing, damaging KT’s smartphone and stealing her bag. She was charged with prostitution and both were charged with having consensual sex.

Both of them confessed to all charges.

AM was sentenced to an additional year in jail to be followed by deportation and fined Dh3000 on charges of theft, trespassing and damaging property.

KT was sentenced to three years and, under court orders, she was put close observation during her jail term.


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Swedish PM looking at tightening laws after festival sex attacks

STOCKHOLM - The Swedish government will look into tightening sexual assault laws after a series of attacks at music festivals over the last week, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said on Tuesday.

Swedish television reported the police were investigating 15 allegations of rape and around 40 of sexual assault at two recent music festivals.

"We are going to look at the laws on sex crimes," Lofven told Swedish TV.

"In addition, it is also important that we continue to make sure the police, prosecutors and other authorities get better at investigating these crimes so that we make sure we actually convict the perpetrators."

Mattias Grenestam, who is heading the preliminary police investigation into reported attacks at a festival in Bravalla, about 140 kilometers south-west of Stockholm, said the suspects were individuals of different ages acting alone.

"They can not be identified as part of any group," he told daily Dagens Nyheter.

Police in Karlstad, about 300 kilometres west of Stockholm and where the other music festival took place, initially identified those suspected of the sexual attacks as a gang of seven or eight unaccompanied migrant youths.

However, Karlstad police told Swedish radio that suspects included both migrant youths and others.

"So it is a bit too early to say what the common denominator is," Inspector Urban Bengtsson told Swedish radio.

Swedish police could not immediately be reached for comment.

Earlier this year, police launched an investigation into allegations that officers covered up accusations of sexual assault by mostly migrant youths at a music festival in Stockholm last year.

Sweden faces a backlash among many voters after a record 163,000 asylum seekers arrived last year, boosting support for the far-right Sweden Democrats, which polls show is the third biggest party.


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Malawi arrests 'hyena man' paid to have sex with adolescent girls

Malawi police have arrested an HIV-infected man who was paid to have sex with more than 100 adolescent girls as part of a traditional ritual marking their passage to womanhood, officials said Tuesday.

Eric Aniva, from the southern district of Nsanje, was held after giving a media interview in which he confessed that he slept with the girls for a fee of between four and seven dollars, paid by each of their families.

The little-known local practice lasts three days and is performed in southern Malawi by men known as "hyenas" at the request of a girl's parents after her first menstruation.

The ritual is believed to train girls to become good wives and to protect them from disease or misfortune that could fall on their families or their village.

"Aniva was arrested on Monday after he was summoned to my office," district commissioner Gift Lapozo told AFP.

In a BBC interview broadcast last week, Aniva confessed to being infected with HIV and sleeping with at least 100 girls without using protection.

"Some girls are just 12 or 13 years old, but I prefer them older," he said.

"All these girls find pleasure in having me as their hyena. They actually are proud and tell other people that this man is a real man, he knows how to please a woman."


It was unclear over how many years Aniva had been a "hyena".

Malawian President Peter Mutharika had earlier issued a statement ordering Aniva's arrest and calling for an inquiry into the role of the parents involved.

Aniva should "be investigated for exposing the young girls to contracting HIV and further be charged accordingly," Mutharika added.

"Harmful cultural and traditional practices cannot be accepted."

The sexual cleansing ritual is also performed on bereaved widows in Nsanje district to exorcise villages of evil spirits or to prevent another death occurring.

Aniva, who has two wives and was reported to be in his 40s, said a "hyena" was selected by the community based on good morals and that custom did not allow him to use condoms.

"There was nothing else I could have done," one girl told the BBC.

"I had to do it for the sake of my parents. If I'd refused, my family members could be attacked with diseases — even death — so I was scared."

Malawi, which has one of the highest HIV infections in the world, criminalises sex with a person under the age of 16.

If found guilty of underage sex, Aniva could be imprisoned for life.


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Herb that increases testosterone

Wouldn’t it be great if mother nature provided us with an herb that increase our testosterone, improved our sex life and posted our manly vitality exponentially? Well I have good news. She did.

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Man free as court rules sex with cousin is not incest

A High Court ruling that set free a young man accused of having sex with his first paternal cousin has brought to the limelight an anomaly on the law that touches on incest.

In the ruling delivered by the High Court in Siaya on July 28, the accused was a cousin of the 16-year-old victim.

In 2014, Magistrate Monica Nafula found the man guilty and jailed him 10 years.

His lawyer however appealed against the ruling, claiming that the trial court erred in convicting the man as his act was not incestuous.

“The upshot is that the prosecution failed to prove that the appellant is related to the complainant within the prohibited relationship enumerated under Section 20 (1) and 22 (1) of the Sexual Offences Act,” Justice James Makau ruled.

The Sexual Offences Act Section 20 and 22 lists an uncle, nephew, half-brother, half-sister and adoptive brother as the persons who can be subjected to the test of committing the offence of incest.

Incest, in the said law, is when any male person who commits an indecent act or that which causes penetration with a female person considered to be in his knowledge his daughter, granddaughter, sister, mother, niece, aunt or grandmother. It clearly leaves out cousins.

Those found guilty of committing incest, even if the female involved is below the age of 18 and regardless of whether she consented to sex, will face life imprisonment.

If a male person is accused of attempting to commit such an offence, he will be guilty of attempted incest and is liable to a conviction of imprisonment not exceeding 10 years.

On the other hand, if the accused person is found guilty and was acting as a guardian of the minor, he is snatched away that responsibility and female persons are directed to take over guardianship.

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