Two Women Brutally Kill Man for Refusing To Sleep With Them

by Ohepo Ohepo

Stavropol, Russia – May 24, 2024 – Two women in Russia have been detained on suspicion of brutally beating and killing a 63-year-old man after he refused their request to have a party in a cemetery. The shocking incident occurred in Stavropol, a city in southwestern Russia.

The women, identified as Rosa, 29, and Martha, 37, were drinking with the victim, Alexander, in a churchyard. According to local reports, the situation escalated when Alexander declined their demand to have sex. Enraged, the women allegedly launched a vicious attack, kicking and punching him repeatedly.

A report from local police detailed the gruesome events, stating that after the assault, the women dragged Alexander’s body into a forest and attempted to conceal it in a hole. The police later discovered the body, leading to the women’s detention and the initiation of a murder case.

Footage from the scene shows one of the women being escorted by officers from Russia’s Investigative Committee to the forest crime scene. Officers are seen carrying a dummy, which they lay in a patch of grass. One of the women is then depicted placing her feet on the dummy’s torso, mimicking the attack.

In an official statement, the Investigative Committee described the attack in detail: “In the course of an argument, the women gave the 63-year-old man multiple blows with their fists and feet to his head and torso.” The statement continued, “The victim died at the scene as a result of his injuries. Wishing to avoid responsibility for the offence, the accused dragged the body of the deceased to a wooded area and hid it in a hole.”

The women have been remanded in custody for two months while investigations continue. The brutal nature of the crime and the subsequent attempt to hide the body have shocked the local community.

Stavropol, located several hundred kilometers east of Russian-occupied Crimea, has recently been in the news due to a claimed Ukrainian drone attack on a Russian aircraft. In April, Ukrainian officials asserted that they had shot down a Tu-22M3, a long-range Russian strategic bomber, causing it to crash in the area. However, Russian officials attributed the incident to a technical malfunction.

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