21-year-old Borough Park area woman arrested after stealing nearly $7,000 from her mother

Dahill Road in Brooklyn, New York 
By: Devansh Dutt

A Borough Park woman was arrested on charges of theft after allegedly stealing nearly $7,000 from her mother, police in New York said.

Brooklyn Police said that they arrested the 21-year-old woman on Sunday, after being accused of stealing cash totaling $6,700 from her mother in the last six months.

The victim, who lives near Dahill Road and 24th Avenue, told police that her daughter had been stealing her debit card and withdrew cash. On Sunday, her daughter visited the house, but only long enough to steal another $700 - the woman told police.

The woman was charged with theft. In May, two women were arrested on theft charges after they allegedly stole a wallet and credit cards from a worker at a Borough Park store, police in New York said. Brooklyn Police said that they have arrested the two women, who were accused of a series of robberies in which a young girl was used to steal wallets and purses from shoppers at stores in Brooklyn and Queens.

Tisha Strong, 41, of Brooklyn, and Shannie Eastman, 39, of Queens, were each arrested on charges of grand theft, theft and failure to exercise control of a minor.

In one case, authorities said that the girl walked behind the counter in a clothing store on Bell Boulevard in Bayside, and took a wallet from someone, then gave it to one of the women. The group then left. Police said that the same girl stole two purses from customers at a thrift store on Cape Kennedy Street, while employees were helping other customers.

Police said that the three entered a travel agency and asked to use the bathroom. Then they took $900 in cash. They were also accused of entering Elegant Linen in Borough Park, and stealing a wallet containing credit cards from a store worker.

New SOS mobile app that automatically alerts emergency personnel now available for Israelis

SOS app in action 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) A company that created an SOS mobile application announced that it is making it available to the Israeli public in response to the recent kidnapping of three yeshiva students.

NowForce develops applications that help rescue workers in emergencies.

It created a national emergency alert system that will allow any Israeli to register and use the SOS App to get help when in trouble. According to a senior police official, the system could help save lives by ensuring that police and rescue workers know that it is a real emergency and need to act immediately.

The network began operating this week, allowing anyone to register to immediately alert the police, local security officials, family members and emergency response workers when faced with an emergency situation on the road, such as an attempted kidnapping.

The app creates a large SOS button on the users mobile phone. When the button is pressed the app alerts rescue workers in the emergency area, including the police, local security officials and rescue workers of Ichud Hatzalah.

The application shows them a map of where the incident occurred, and provides step by step directions to the site. The application also calls the police and sends the location of the caller to emergency contacts.

New York City taxi driver who was caught wearing swastika arm band fired from his job

Gabriel Diaz wearing swastika arm band 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

A New York City taxi driver who was suspended for wearing a Nazi arm band, was fired from his job, the New York Post reported.

27-year-old Gabriel Diaz, was suspended last month, when pedestrians and drivers saw him wearing the symbol of hatred and reported him to the Taxi and Limousine Commission.

He was told not to wear the swastika again. Ted Strauel, president of the Long Island City Garage Team Systems, said that Diaz is not welcome back.

“We told him that it was better for him to go work at another place,” Strauel said. “He is not working here, it will not work here,” he added.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Taxicab Board of Trade, which represents Long Island City Garage Team Systems, said that his behavior was offensive and inappropriate. The Bronx Dominican driver admitted to wearing the band on his left arm to hide it from the passengers.

He pleaded guilty to violating the rules of the Taxi and Limousine Commission, and the agency said that it took the strongest possible action against him.

Israel arresting terrorists released in Gilad Shalit swap deal Defense Minister announces

Israel Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon meeting with
families of kidnapped students 
By: Aryeh Savir

The Israel Defense Minister has announced that the Army will arrest the terrorists released under the Gilad Shalit swap agreement in response to the recent kidnappings, the Tazpit News Agency reported.

Moshe Ya'alon, met the families of the kidnapped yeshiva students Eyal Yifrah, Naftali Frankel and Gilad Sha’ar.

The meeting was attended by the parents of the students, and representatives of the police and the military, who are in constant contact with the families.

During the meeting, Ya'alon updated the families on the investigation and briefed them on the details of the operation to trace the three students and capture the kidnappers.

During the meeting, Ya’alon told the families: "We are meeting so I can update you on the latest developments. I wish first of all to strengthen you. You convey strength and steadfastness. During events such as this, one of the most important elements is your strong stance, which is admirable. We are in the midst of an operation aimed at reaching the kidnappers and rescuing the students. The campaign is constantly evolving, day and night, and many activities are taking place in the field. As long as we have no other proof, our assumption is that the students are alive. Until now, no one has taken responsibility, and no demands have been presented.”

"The objective of the actions we are taking is to reach the kidnappers and the students as quickly as possible. We are focusing massive intelligence and operational efforts, including meticulous searches of the area. We do not know how long this will last, and much patience is required,” Ya’alon added.

Relating to the extent of the operation, Ya’alon said: “There is nothing that restricts the operation. All intelligence and operational capabilities of the IDF, the Israel Security Agency and Israel Police, have priority in favor of this operation. We will not rest until we lay our hands on the kidnappers and recover the students.”

Ya’alon stated that the operation has now taken on a broader scope: "We have taken several actions in parallel also intended to hurt Hamas in Judea and Samaria. Overnight, we arrested Hamas members discharged in the Shalit deal, with the clear message that not only are we working to free the students, but also when there is a kidnapping we will put back in prison those who we have previously released.”

Israeli forces arrest 65 Palestinian terrorists overnight bringing the total up to 240 in search of kidnapped yeshiva students

Israeli soldiers raiding Palestinian city 
By: Aryeh Savir

The Israel Defense Forces arrested an additional 65 Palestinian terrorists overnight bringing the total up to 240, the Tazpit News Agency reported.

The IDF and Israeli security forces have continued their operation overnight, to locate the three abducted boys while decimating the Hamas terror infrastructure in Judea and Samaria.

The IDF carried out night raids throughout all of Judea and Samaria, meeting little resistance.

An IDF spokesperson announced that as part of an extensive series of intelligence and operational activities, security forces arrested 65 wanted persons, 51 of them were released as part of the Schalit deal in 2011.

They further shut down a terrorist affiliated radio station. Ten brigades are participating in these operations. Since the beginning of the operation some 240 terrorists were arrested and about 800 homes were searched. Hundreds of weapons have been uncovered during these searches.

The Gazan front appears to be heating up. Hamas officials from Gaza, have threatened to retaliate against the IDF’s operations. In the past 14 days, 11 rockets were fired from Gaza at Israel. There are reports of the IDF deploying more Iron Dome anti-rocket systems throughout the south.

The spokesperson stated that extensive military operations will continue and deepen as required. “The IDF will relentlessly continue its operational activities and intelligence work. The IDF will bring significant damage to terrorist organizations and act decisively against anyone who terrorizes Israeli citizens,” said the spokesperson.

Brigadier General Nitzan Alon of the GOC Central Command, stated that Hamas would emerge from this operation strategically weakened. However, he stressed that the operation will not be over soon.

“We are in the midst of a complex operation to capture terrorists and to return the boys home safely. We are fighting a complex and ongoing campaign that will not end soon. Hamas has been compromised in all its dimensions. Hamas leaders have already admitted that they are being destroyed. Hamas will emerge from this ongoing battle weakened, operationally and strategically. We will continue this assault to the extent necessary, and do everything to bring the boys back home safely," stated Alon.

KFC worker kicks out 3-year-old girl because her facial injuries disturbed other customers

Victoria Wilcher 
By: Aarav Sen

(Scroll down for video) People are angry after learning that a KFC employee kicked out a little girl from a restaurant because of her facial injuries.

Now, KFC Corporation announced that it is investigating the employee of the restaurant in Jackson, Mississippi, where the 3-year-old girl was thrown out because her facial wounds disturbed other customers.

The company is also said that it will give $30,000 towards the medical bills of Victoria Wilcher. Victoria Wilcher suffered injuries after being attacked by a pitbull.

Wilcher was wearing a cartoon decorated eye patch the day she entered the restaurant. “As soon as we were notified about this we immediately began an investigation as this type of action that hurts and disrespects would not be tolerated,” a spokesperson for the company said.

Her grandmother, Kelly Mullins, said that Wilcher had just been to a doctor when they stopped at the restaurant. She ordered mashed potatoes because the child can eat it without chewing.

Suddenly, the employee came over and told them to leave. Wilcher suffered from broken nose, jaws, cheekbones and right eye socket.




Mother holds bridal themed party for daughter, 25, with Down syndrome

Ricchina Di Joseph 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) A young woman with Down syndrome had her dream “wedding” where she was dressed like any bride at her wedding day.

Like every woman, 25-year-old Ricchina Di Joseph of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, always dreamed of having the perfect wedding.

However, she is not your typical 25-year-old woman. Joseph was born with Down syndrome, but that did not stop her loving mother from giving the young woman her dream “wedding.”

Joseph was given a birthday to remember when her mother arranged for her to have a wedding-themed party.

From wedding invitations to a limo, a three-tier cake and stunning wedding dress, Joseph looked like a beautiful bride, as she danced the night away with family and friends.

A photographer captured the special moments of Joseph's big day, from having her hair styled to sharing her first dance with her mother.

Although there was no groom, the wedding party was a dream come true for the young woman, and a joy for the rest of the family as well.

Man seen dragging dog behind his car as punishment

Ridgeback dog illustration 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) People were outraged when they saw a man driving his car with his dog being dragged from behind.

Residents of the town in South Africa, called the Knysna police to report a dog owner seeing a Ridgeback being dragged behind the sports car.

Three people witnessed the incident and have also reported the dog owner to the Knysna Animal Welfare.

Angry witnesses surrounded the car, forcing the driver to stop. The driver allegedly told them that he was punishing the dog for escaping.

The dog reportedly suffered a ruptured diaphragm and damage to its paws.

The dog, named Gina, underwent surgery and is recovering in the Knysna Veterinary Clinic. Police have questioned the driver and took statements of witnesses, but so far, no arrests have been made.

Black 13-year-old girl seen on video beating 10-year-old girl riding on scooter because she is white

Danielle Fair 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) Police are investigating an incident as a hate crime after a black girl was seen on video beating a younger white girl, police in Ohio said.

Cleveland Police said that the 10-year-old victim was riding her scooter on a sidewalk earlier this week, when she was suddenly beat up by the 13-year-old black girl.

The assault was recorded on video and uploaded to YouTube. The attack lasted for about 12 seconds until voices in the background ordered the girl to stop.

Police identified the victim as Danielle Fair. A witness at the scene said that the little girl was called a cracker as she was being assaulted.

Fair’s parents said that their daughter never said anything to the suspect before the beating. The father said that he tried talking to the grandfather of the 13-year-old girl before calling the police.

Police launched an investigation into the incident, but so far, no arrests have been made.

Teen angry after Department of Motor Vehicles refused to take photo with makeup on face (video)

Chase Culpepper 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) A teen of South Carolina, is angry after he was told by the Department of Motor Vehicles to remove his makeup from his face before taking a photo for his driver’s license.

16-year-old Chase Culpepper of Anderson, was informed by officials that he could not misrepresent his identity despite claiming that he always wears makeup to work and school.

Now, he is demanding to retake the photo with his makeup. “That's how I look every day,” Culpepper said.

“If a police officer wanted to recognize me, then I should look the same as my photo on the driver’s license,” he added. Culpepper received his license, but he felt mistreated by the DMV officials.

A spokesperson for The Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, said that the teen’s rights have been violated. DMV officials said that they will not back down, and they will not allow the teen to misrepresent his identity.

Man seen with 400 porcupine needles in his hand

Antonio Rodrigues Mororo stung with porcupine needles 
By: Anika Rao

A man who tried to slap an animal out of his way, was stung with 400 porcupine needles, according to photos uploaded to the Internet.

50-year-old Antonio Rodrigues Mororo of Brazil, sprung into action during a house party after one of his sons complained to him that his pregnant wife was afraid to enter because the animal sat next to the entrance.

Mororo of Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, went to slap the animal and got stung four hundred times. It turned out the animal was a porcupine.

Despite going to a local hospital, where he received three anesthesia shots, his pain continued. Mororo was forced to get a tetanus shot and take antibiotics.

He is currently recovering with a hand full of holes. This was not the first time that a porcupine stung a person.

In January, a woman was rushed to a hospital after she was jumped by a porcupine, according to hospital officials in Brazil. The Brazilian woman has described her agony after suffering the bizarre incident when a porcupine fell on her head as she walked her dog.

Nabucco Sandra, 52, was left with about 200 spikes embedded into her scalp after the unfortunate mishap in Rio de Janeiro, on Monday. The homemaker was taken to a local hospital by neighbors where each spike was removed individually without anesthesia.

"I was caught by surprise," the woman said. "I felt something land on my head and then I felt the thorns with my hands. The pain was enormous. The surgeon took them out with tweezers. We stopped counting when we got to 150, but it must have been around 200," the woman recalled.

Nabucco saw the funny side of her injuries, saying that her strength helped her get through the painful incident. "I am a strong woman, an elderly person or a child would have died," she said.

According to an initial investigation, the porcupine fell from a lamppost onto her head.

Businessman arrested after managing to obtain his own death and cremation certificate to steal insurance money

Sanjay Kumar 
By: Aarav Sen

A businessman was arrested after faking his own death.

The man obtained a death certificate and proof that he was cremated before his family tried to claim nearly $2 million in life insurance money.

Sanjay Kumar, 45, of the United Kingdom, claimed that he died of “brain fever” in India, in a desperate attempt to clear his debts.

Kumar, who is originally of Delhi and held dual citizenship, flew to Delhi on a business trip.

During the trip, he emailed his wife Anju Kumar, 46, saying that he had fallen seriously ill and had been taken to a hospital.

Later, the mother of three received an email informing her that Sanjay Kumar had died and was cremated.

The family tried to claim their insurance policies, which totaled nearly $2 million.

The Southwark Crown Court heard that one insurance company became suspicious about the circumstances of the death, and launched an investigation.

Detectives found that Mrs. Kumar had wired about $2,500 via Western Union to her husband two days after he allegedly died.

The City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED) also discovered that Sanjay Kumar was in serious debt.

The man had been the director of nine different companies since the 1990s, and complained of threats from creditors.

The couple had also re-mortgaged their house in Watford, Hertfordshire, on two occasions, leaving little or no equity.

After realizing his fraud had failed, Kumar returned to the United Kingdom under a false name to reunite with his family, but was quickly arrested.

The couple faced insurance fraud charges. Sanjay Kumar was sentenced to 30 months in prison.

Mrs. Kumar was also arrested, but denied being responsible or having anything to do with the life insurance fraud. She was sentenced to five months in prison suspended for two years.

20-year-old man seen on video stealing city bus and taking it for a joyride

Nickolas Ellias 
By: Devansh Dutt

(Scroll down for video) A young man was arrested on charges of grand larceny after being seen on video stealing a city bus and taking it for a joyride, police in New York said.

Staten Island Police said that they arrested 20-year-old Nickolas Ellias, for stealing the Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus from the St. George Ferry Terminal early on Monday morning.

He drove the bus 1.6 miles to his neighborhood before being caught. Ellias took the bus while the driver was on a break before witnesses called police to say that they saw the young man driving the vehicle.

The MTA used bus tracking technology to locate the bus.

They found it parked two blocks from the home of Ellias. Authorities arrested Ellias just before 2:00 a.m.

The friend who was with the suspect, recorded the crime and posted it on Facebook. Ellias told police that he wants to be a bus driver and he planned to return the bus when he was done.

The suspect’s father said that he was not surprised by the incident. “My son is obsessed with buses and has stolen a bus before. I hope he will now learn his lesson,” the father said.

A family friend said that Elias has mental health problems. Ellias has been charged with grand larceny and is being held on $10,000 bail.




Large black bear scene on video disrupting baseball game

Bear at baseball field 
By: Aarav Sen

(Scroll down for video) Baseball players panicked after a large black beer circled around their ballpark, a video uploaded to the Internet showed.

The frightening incident unfolded at an American Legion game in Juneau, Alaska, on Sunday.

Baseball fan Larry Johansen was recording the game between West Post 1 and Juneau Post 25. During the fifth inning, players spotted the large black bear walking along the outside of the fence.

A witness at the scene said that officials stopped the game until they were sure about the intentions of the bear. Luckily, the hairy baseball fan passed through the field without incident.

In April, a cute cat was able to stop a soccer game being watched by thousands and maybe even millions of people from around the world, according to video uploaded to the Internet. The major league Dutch soccer match was interrupted by the surprised cat running around on the field.

The game, which is known as football around the world is called soccer in the United States. The game score of the Eredivisie match between FC Groningen and Heracles Almelo, was stuck at 0 to 0 before the cat made the game much more interesting to thousands of cheering fans.

The referee had to stop the game for some time, while the teams waited for the pet to be removed. The cat was soon captured and removed by an administrator just before the break. It is currently unknown to whom the cat belonged to.

The Heracles team was possibly affected by the disruption, as they went on to lose 2 to 0 at home. The black cat may also have provided some bad luck, as the team was awarded a penalty when replays showed it should have been just a free kick.

Soldier who killed elderly couple blames sneezing spell and stomach cramps

Sergeant Harry Gurung 
By: Hydar Tomar

A soldier who was arrested on charges of murder, is blaming a sneezing fit and stomach cramps for the tragic death of an elderly couple, a court in the United Kingdom heard.

The Gurkha soldier of Nepal, 45-year-old Sergeant Harry Gurung, tired to pass the vehicle of David and Mary Marshall, at a speed of 74 miles per hour.

That is when he lost control of his vehicle and clipped the victims’ car, the Newport Crown Court heard. Retired Royal Air Force Flight Sergeant Harry Marshall, 79, died instantly when his car crashed into a tree.

His wife, Mary, 73, died four days later. The couple of Llangattock, Abergavenny, was returning home from a barbecue organized by their church.

Gurung blamed a sneezing fit and stomach cramps for causing him to clip the couple's car, sending them into a fatal spin. Gurung suffered a concussion in the accident.

An analysis of the on-board computer in Gurung’s vehicle showed that the soldier was traveling at speeds of 69 to 78 miles per hour, when the accident occurred. Gurung denied the two counts of homicide by dangerous driving and two counts of causing death by reckless driving.

Soldiers kidnap and beat up cellphone store worker for refusing to give their female friend a new smartphone

Woman holding cellphone 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

Several soldiers were arrested on charges of kidnapping after they allegedly kidnapped a cellphone store worker because their female friend was unhappy with her new smartphone, police in Nigeria said.

Kaduna Police said that they arrested the eight soldiers after being accused of storming the cellphone store in the Makarfi Plaza, and beating the worker over the cellphone.

The soldiers were led by Lieutenant Mohammed Hamji, whose girlfriend, Kate Michael, complained about her new smartphone she bought the previous day, from the shop. The incident began when Michael went to return her new smartphone, claiming that it no longer worked.

The shop owner, Mohammed Rabiu, took the phone from the woman and snapped about 10 pictures. The phone worked perfectly.

However, the woman refused to take her phone back. The next day, the soldiers arrived at the store, kidnapped the employee and beat him up.

When Rabiu tried to secure the release of his worker he was ordered to bring with him a new cellphone for Michael. Rabiu filed a complaint with the police, who arrested Hamji and the eight soldiers.

Driver crashes his car after getting distracted by woman who was sunbathing without clothes

The woman sunbathing 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) A woman was seen enjoying the sun from the windowsill of her home.

The sight of the woman sunbathing with the lower part of her body sticking out of the window was so distracting to one driver that it caused a car crash.

The incident took place in Austria, where the woman was seen without clothes laying on the window of her house while she was sunbathing.

Student Gregory Shakaki, managed to take a photo of the woman laying on her window ledge with her legs dangling out a third floor window in Vienna.

Michael Kienast, who happened to drive by just as the woman was sunbathing, said that he was driving behind two guys when the accident occurred.

One car crashed after the driver took his eyes off the road to glance up at the woman.

The man added that he heard the guy who was rear-ended, shouting at the driver that hit him: “Did you not look where you were supposed to go?”

The driver who hit him, responded by saying: “I am sorry, I was distracted,” and pointed toward the window where the woman without clothes was laying.

The man of the damaged car looked up and said: “Oh, okay, I see what you mean.”

Vandals burn $850,000 worth of sports cars after rich teen brags about high life on Instagram

Aleem Iqbal 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) Some people apparently became jealous when a rich teenager showed off his expensive cars.

The self claimed “rich kid on Instagram,” boasted on social media that he drives expensive cars.

Shortly thereafter, vandals burned four of his cars. He suffered about $850,000 in damages in the arson attacks, which occurred in a span of one week.

19-year-old Aleem Iqbal of England, who calls himself “Lord Aleem,” works for his father’s luxury car rental company and boasted about his access to luxury cars on Instagram, the photo sharing site.

The teen leased a new $576,000 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster for a wedding, but it was burned a few hours after showing it off outside his house in Luton.

Surveillance video showed three masked men in a Mercedes 4x4 stopping at the home around 12:40 a.m., and pouring gasoline on the Lamborghini before setting it on fire.

A few days later, three of his luxury cars - worth about $339,000 - were destroyed in a second attack near his father’s business.

The teen’s father, 43-year-old Saleem Iqbal, is the owner of the Platinum Executive Travel company in Yardley, Birmingham.

A surveillance camera at that location captured the vandals burning two Audi R8 Spyder supercars and a Bentley Flying Spur.

The video showed two people walking up the three cars and setting them on fire.

Iqbal, who regularly posts updates about his life on Twitter and Facebook, said: “I'm not really in a great state of mind at the moment, I had more than half a million dollars worth of cars destroyed in the last few days.”

However, he is not sure if it was a vile act of jealousy towards his rich lifestyle or just mindless vandals in a spree of arson.

Either way, he hopes that the people responsible are caught and brought to justice very soon.

A Platinum Executive Travel spokesperson said: “We are the market leaders in the car rental industry and this is bad for us.”
Below is the video of the $576,000 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster being set on fire by vandals before they escaped.

120 police officers rescue thief after angry residents removed his clothes and beat him

The suspect saved by police 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

A man was subjected to street justice after he tried to rob a man at knifepoint.

Police in South Africa, battled to save a robbery suspect whose clothes were forcefully removed and was being beaten.

Angry residents threw stones and rocks at the man, and it took over four hours for police to finally save the man.

Residents in Mabopane, north of Tshwane, said that the drama began when the young man tried to rob a resident while threatening him with a knife about 5:00 a.m.

The victim began screaming for help, and residents came running. Soon, a crowd of 600 men gathered around the suspect. He was stripped and beaten.

He begged for mercy, but the beating continued. When the two officers arrived the 600 angry residents refused to hand over the man. They called for backup, but the cops were overpowered by the crowd.

In the end, 120 police officers were at the scene and clashed with residents. They fired warning shots and tear gas until they were able to reach the bleeding suspect.

Police spokesperson Llifi Ramatlo, said that the suspect has been taken to the Odi Hospital for treatment.

Suicidal man saved after his burning car became to hot for him to handle

Car on fire illustration 
By: Devansh Dutt

A man attempted to commit suicide by setting his car on fire while he was inside.

However, after a few moments, the car became to hot to handle and he screamed for help.

The 35-year-old married man and father of three, was severely burned, but he is still alive.

The incident took place in Thaba Nchu, South Africa, when the man who worked as a taxi driver, was caught cheating on his wife.

“Things have been bad between us for the past 6 months,” his 34-year-old wife, Dimakatso Makae, said.

She heard rumors that her husband was cheating, but when she confronted him about the cheating the man took her wedding ring and smashed it with a hammer.

“He threatened to burn me, our three kids and himself in our house,” the woman added.

Fearing for her life and for her children, she went to her brother’s house for the night. Later, a friend called and asked her to come to a bar and see what her husband was doing.

“When I arrived I saw him kissing another woman. I confronted him and things turned ugly,” the wife said.

“This was the 4th time I have caught him cheating. Every time I confronted him about it, he threatened to commit suicide,” she said.

After being caught cheating, the man doused his house, car and himself with gasoline and set it all on fire. However, when things got to hot for him to handle he
began screaming for help, and neighbors came to his rescue.

Now, the man is badly burned, homeless and fighting for his life at the Pelonomi Hospital.

Brother shoots sister after she decided to end their three year sexual relationship

Couple in bed illustration 
By: Anika Rao

A woman is in critical condition after being shot by her brother when she decided to break up with him.

49-year-old Andrea Dube of South Africa, began a sexual relationship with his sister on the advice of a traditional healer.

According to reports, the healer had advised the brother, who has committed a number of armed robberies, that he would become rich if he slept with his ​​sister.

35-year-old Nokuthula Dube, agreed to sleep with her brother so that he can become rich. Andrea Dube demanded to be exclusive with his sister and did not allow her to date other men.

However, after three years, Nokuthula was fed up and broke up with her brother Dube. She escaped to live with a friend in Diepsloot, Johannesburg.

The friend said that Nokuthula had enough of the relationship and sought refuge at her house. “She had agreed to sleep with her brother so that he may become rich, but later realized it was wrong and escaped,” the friend said.

This angered the brother, who went searching for her. When Andrea Dube found his sister he ordered her to come with him at gunpoint.

“We were ordered to lie down and we obeyed. Then Nokuthula Dube, was ordered to get into the car outside. Has threatened to kill her if she screamed,” the friend added.

When the woman saw passersby outside, she screamed for help, infuriating her armed brother. He pulled the trigger and shot her in the chest. He walked away, leaving her unconscious.

Diepsloot police spokesperson Warrant Officer Daniel Mavimbela, said that police are searching for the man and he will be charged with attempted murder.

It was reported that the relationship between the siblings was known to the family, but no one was brave enough to stop it due to the violent nature of Andrea Dube.

The parents of the siblings reportedly approved the illicit relationship after being convinced that it had the potential to make their son and the whole family rich.


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