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Arjen Robben’s superb solo goal five minutes into time added on sealed a dramatic 5-4 comeback win for Bayern Munich at RB Leipzig in an electric top-of-the-table clash on Saturday.
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A serial rapist in South Africa identified as Kgaugelo Monareng could no longer tolerate the alleged violation of his rights in court – so he walked out. Cops were quick to pounce on him… It took four cops to overpower him and return him to the courtroom, where he sat and listened to the magistrate handing down eight guilty verdicts.
Monareng (24) appeared in the Mhala Regional Court in Mpumalanga on Wednesday to face eight rape charges. He was also accused of one attempted rape, three counts of housebreaking and possession of stolen property. He had pleaded not guilty to all charges. Monareng repeated his demand that magistrate Elmarie Theron and prosecutor Matume Maake withdraw from the case.
He claimed that they were biased against him.
“I cannot be forced to stand trial while the magistrate and prosecutor are still in this courtroom,” he said. “I need to know who put them here.”
He stepped out of the dock and walked out of the courtroom, but court orderlies followed him.
As soon as they pounced on him, Monareng became aggressive and punched them. He was restrained and returned to the courtroom. He was arrested on 10 January 2013 after he tried to rape a woman. DNA tests linked him to eight rape incidents in Ramalema, Boikotso and Bushbuckridge.
Theron said evidence convincingly linked Monareng to the crimes and the DNA results also counted against him.
The matter was postponed to 9 June for sentencing, and Monareng remains behind bars.
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Gombe United came under grave reprimand and financial sanctions by the League Management Company (LMC) for various breaches of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) Framework and Rules arising from disruptive conduct of their supporters and officials in a rescheduled Match Day 19 fixture against Rangers International.
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A former s*x worker who has slept with over 10,000 men has revealed exactly what it’s like in the s*x industry and what men really want in the bedroom. Gwyneth Montenegro was 21 when she first stepped into a brothel, lured by the prospect of earning £572 (AU$1,000) for an hour’s work.
The sex worker spent 12 years sleeping with well-known lawyers, politicians and musicians, but now, aged 39, is glad to be out the other side.
She lifted the lid on her life between the sheets and said: “I was so young and naive when I started out. I was a good country girl.
“I was so surprised when someone paid me for s*x. “I wasn’t very experienced and the ladies told me ‘our basic thing is basic s*x and a massage’. “I was naive, I didn’t even know what the ‘extras’ were.”
Gwyneth would charge between £286 and £572 per hour depending on the “services” involved.
She said: “The money was really good and the money is what kept me in the industry for all those years. I don’t recommend anyone do it.”
And while many think that people book prostitutes to fulfil wild fantasies, the reality is often a little less crazy.
She revealed: “A lot of them don’t want all this hardcore kinky s*x — that’s such a small percentage of the men. “I was in the industry for 12 years — that’s a long time. But I didn’t see a lot of the men that had these sick fantasies.