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Woman wants 'too much sex' - man calls cops

The Local · 12 Apr 2012, 17:25

Published: 12 Apr 2012 17:25 GMT+02:00

The 43-year-old man had met a woman four years his senior in a bar in the southern German city on Monday and she took him back to her apartment for sex, a police spokesman said in a statement.

"There they had sexual intercourse several times," the spokesman said.

"When the 47-year-old wanted even more, her partner said no."

The man then tried to leave the apartment but the woman prevented him from escaping and demanded he have sex with her again.

"Because the 43-year-old saw no other alternative, he complied with the woman's wishes another few times so he could finally leave the apartment," the spokesman said.

"But when she continued to refuse and demanded even more sex from him, he fled to the balcony and alerted the police."

The woman "then tried to talk the dispatched officers into similar activity but was unsuccessful".

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She is now facing possible charges of sexual assault and illegal restraint.

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The Local (news@thelocal.de)

Your comments about this article

18:55 April 12, 2012 by Bryant2012
Well said Chango:)) LMAO
20:46 April 12, 2012 by bugger
If the roles would have been reversed, everybody would yell "rape" now. Double standards. Hopefully the court will sentence her for what this was: Felony.
23:37 April 12, 2012 by slawek
@bugger There is no double standards here. If the article says the woman will be charged with sexual assault, it means she'll be charged with rape. Besides to my knowledge by german law this is rape. Though I would say the law goes too far at this point, it was certainly designed with women as victims in mind, but there already is a law against illegal restraint.

It would probably even make more sense to remove rape from the criminal code and move it to bodily harm. In this way less people would feel ashamed to call the police. In this regard you're right.
00:08 April 13, 2012 by Berlin fuer alles
So he went back and had sex a few more times. Doesn't sound to me like he needed much enticing. It took over a dozen times before he really decided to call a halt to it.
03:57 April 13, 2012 by volvoman9
This guy's a pussy. However once one squeezes all the toothpaste out of the tube one cannot put it back.
06:55 April 13, 2012 by Barnel
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09:57 April 13, 2012 by raandy
This individual ran to balcony and called police. The women had no firearm or accomplice according to the article.

I find it hard to imagine that a women under the circumstances described could hold me in her flat against my will.

Maybe he needs to take a few lessons in self defense,self confidence and a bottle of man-up.
13:55 April 13, 2012 by captainkidd
he deserves an Iron Cross mit Oak leaves.
15:37 April 13, 2012 by Sayer
Adding a new example to use as an illustration of what Germans mean when they say "Angst!"
19:44 April 13, 2012 by dirving71
Arrest her? They should give her a medal. I wish my wife had this woman's sex drive.
02:20 April 14, 2012 by yuri_nahl
What a tragedy. What did you say her address was?
14:16 April 14, 2012 by Sam Stewart
We should all be so lucky! :-)
04:46 April 15, 2012 by Inquisitor
I really dont see what this guy is complaining about. I seriously doubt that this woman could have prevented him leaving if he really wanted to leave. Sounds like he really wanted a headline.
09:08 April 17, 2012 by bambolero
the ''women'' was a tranny!
09:11 April 17, 2012 by bambolero
''she'' was a tranny!
17:18 April 19, 2012 by vishalmahajan
i think that guy was gay............
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