Ajman Criminal Court found a husband guilty of soliciting men for his wife. The couple will be deported after serving six months in jail on charges of prostitution, reported 'Emarat Al Youm'.
Upon receiving reliable information, Ajman Police raided their residence and arrested the duo. The wife was found in the bedroom with another man while her husband stood guard outside.
The husband admitted he charged Dh100 from men to be 'entertained' by his wife. He told investigating officials that he married the woman five months ago and had told her she would be a partner in the business of prostitution.
Meanwhile, the woman admitted that she willingly worked as a prostitute because she faced financial constraints and even distributed her phone number to lure customers.
'Cheating wife' murdered by lover
A husband who was upset about the murder of his wife was in for a bigger shock when he learnt she was allegedly cheating on him and was having an affair with the person who stabbed her to death.
The body of 33-year-old RKH was found with several stab wounds on her chest and abdomen within the Mansha’at Nasser police station limits in Egypt. Officials summoned her husband but he had no clue about the incident, reported 'Al Youm Al Sabea’a' newspaper.
Investigations revealed his wife was allegedly in an illicit relationship with a 34-year-old cafe shop worker for the past five years.
He alleged that he had been spending his entire income on her, when he discovered she was simultaneously having affairs with other men. In an act of revenge, he bought a knife and stabbed her after a verbal duel.
The case has been referred to the Public Prosecution.
Woman raped at 'job interview'
An Arab woman left her three children in her home country and came to the UAE on a visit visa in the hope to find a job. When she found what she was looking for, she happily rushed for an interview only to be raped.
The unidentified woman had read an advertisement in a local newspaper for a secretary job in Dubai and quickly phoned the man in charge. He asked her to home for an interview and gave her his home address.
The 35-year-old woman, who is new to the country, went to the defined address and knocked at the door of a studio flat in the second floor in a building in Fraij Al Murur. A 44-year-old man opened the door, politely invited her in and shut the door behind her.
The woman told police later she had a weird feeling just as the man closed the door. When he started his advances towards her, she immediately headed for the door and tried to leave.
He rushed after her, grabbed her arm and threw her back inside. He then forced her against the table and raped her.
After letting her leave, she went straight to friends, who took her to the police. She was told to call the man again so they can locate his whereabouts.
“Police succeeded in locating the rapist…they went straight to his apartment and arrested the man, who found to be staying in the country illegally…he also has a criminal record,” 'Emarat Al Youm' said, quoting Brigadier Khalil Al Mansoori, head of the criminal investigation department in Dubai.
He said medical tests showed the woman suffered from many bruises on the head, abdomen and arms.
Wife kills husband who wanted to marry again
A love story turned sour when the wife hired goons to get rid of her husband in Egypt.
According to a report in 'goodnews4me' website, 27-year-old Hanan was upset when she learnt her 29-year-old husband, and father of her kids, was all set to marry another woman after having pocketed her wealth.
She allegedly hired goons and ordered them to kill him. Later she dumped his body in a far away field. The matter came to light and she was arrested after residents reported seeing an abandoned dead body.
Initial investigations reveal that the couple had a heated dispute when the wife wanted the house to be renovated with the money she gave him. But to her surprise she learnt he was preparing to marry another woman. She told police officials that theirs was a love marriage and she handed over all that she inherited from her family to the husband.
So she allegedly lured him to a deserted place and had him killed. Legal action has been initiated against the accused.
Grandson kills grandma for earrings
An Egyptian woman was attacked by her grandson who attempted to pull her gold earrings. He allegedly hit her on the head when she defended and she had to be admitted to a hospital.
The 55-year-old woman from Al Fayoum in Egypt succumbed to injuries, reported Al Youm AL Sabea’a newspaper.
The boy admitted to the crime to police officials. He did it because of financial constraints, he confessed.
The case has been referred to the Public Prosecution.
Man exhumes body and dumps it far away
A Moroccon man exhumed the body of a 58-year-old woman from a cemetery in
Tamara state, reported hespress website.
The psycopath exhumed the body of the woman, who was buried a month-and-a-half ago, and dumped it in front of a house a few metres away from the cemetery.
The body has been reburied thus in the presence of the family and police are investigating the motive of the crime.
Mum rapes daughter in the name of 'sex education'
AUSTRALIA: In a bizarre case, a mother in Australia raped her 11-year-old and used her mobile phone to record the horrific act.
The 37-year-old mother made three films which show her raping her youngest child and exposing the girlto other sexual activities. The mother has been jailed for four years. She she did it in response to repeated questions, the Sunshine Coast Daily reported.
The judge told the mother, through her "selfish criminal conduct", had deprived her daughter of the right to "a wholesome and loving relationship with her mother", the daily added.
However, the judge suspended the three years jail term. The mother has already served one year sentence. He left the three-year jail sentence hanging over her head and ordered her to do three years' probation.
College girl raped in running bus, murdered
INDIA: A 19-year-old was gang-raped in a moving bus before being killed in cold blood in the eastern Indian district of Puri in the state of Orissa.
The girl had boarded the bus around 5.30pm to go home to her village. However, she never reached home, reports Indian wire agency PTI.
About two hours after she started her homeward journey, two men dumped her body at a city hospital and ran away after she was declared borught dead. The duo panicked and even left their bike behind on the hospital grounds.
The local police arrested the bus driver and the conductor on charges of rape.
The students of the local college erupted in fury over the incident. The angry students even demonstrated in front of police headquarters.
Rats nibble on paralysed man as hospital staff sleep
INDIA: A 70-year-old paralysed man on ventilator in the intensive care unit (ICU) of a government hospital in the western state of rajasthan was allegedly attacked by rats who nibbled on his ears, nose, lips and cheeks.
Meanwhile hospital staff slept in peace, hospital sources told news agency IANS. The medical and non-medical staff on night shifts go off to sleep by 11pm, a doctor told the agency.
The next morning the relatives discovered the wounds on different parts of the patient's body. The tubes of the ventilator also did not go unscathed. Bits of tubes were also bitten off by the rodents.
After the incident was brought to light, the hospital authorities are trying to confirm if the man's wounds were actually inflicted by a rodent. Meanwhile, a gaping hole in the ICU wall was plugged to stop the rodents from making a beeline for the ICU area in the dark.
The hospital authorities have set up a panel to look into the matter.
BBC’s sex education film for kids is 'too graphic'
BRITAIN: The BBC has recieved brickbats from all quarters for its explict sex education video that 'is like porn'. The clip is aimed at students aged nine to 11, reports The Sun.
One angry MP told the daily that the graphic film was like a 'blue movie' and would 'shatter' children's innocence.
A lot of parents who were upset after their children watched the video raised the alarm since the film shows realistic computer-generated couple having sex and an animated video of two cartoon characters making love, explained the daily.
However, BBC Active in its defence said it had worked with local authorities and education experts to develop sex education resources. A spokesman told the daily: "All our resources provide clear guidance on age suitability."