Rapist put in hospital by own victim armed with boiling water

Rapist put in hospital by own victim armed with boiling water

- A Mpumalanga rapist has been hospitalized after one of his victims burned him with boiling water

- The victim managed to pour boiling water over the alleged rapist after he had fallen asleep at her home

- The perpetrator had allegedly also raped another woman in her home, in the same area, just hours earlier

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A man in his 30’s is being treated in an Mpumalanga hospital, after he allegedly raped a 22-year-old woman near Hazyview, in Nyongane village.

The rapist fell asleep in the victim’s home after attacking her.

The young woman then proceeded to prepare boiling water and then poured the liquid over the perpetrator while he slept.

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The man escaped the victim’s home after she burned him, the Sowetan reported.

Hazyview police spokesperson, Sgt Duduzile Malibe, said:

"The suspect is now under police guard in the Matikwane hospital."

The sergeant went on to explain that the rapist had allegedly been on a raping spree in the area that morning.

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Briefly.co.za gleaned that the perpetrator had also raped a 44-year-old woman in the same area at about 1am.

"The suspect was arrested at the hospital. The 44-year-old woman has also reported her rape and the suspect is now facing two charges of rape."

After bringing the second rape victim to the hospital, the police found the alleged rapist, being treated for burn wounds.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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