Thugs warn people not to walk out at night without enough money for them to steal

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By: Feng Qian

A community is angry after thugs warned them not to walk out at night, without enough money for them to steal.

The thugs of Bothaville, South Africa, are demanding that people make sure they have enough money when they are walking outside at night.

The gangsters made their point when they beat up 42-year-old Simon Ramalapi, when they discovered that he did not have enough money for their beer.
“They told me they were going to teach me a lesson for walking around at night in their territory without money to buy them at least 12 beers,” he said.

Some people in the neighborhood, who heard Ramalapi’s screams, ran to help him. Eight of the 10 thugs managed to escape while two were caught and held down until police arrived.

Ramalapi suffered injuries to his head that required 16 stitches.

Police are still looking for the other suspects.

Man arrested for using super glue to close woman’s private privates

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By: Chan Yuan

A man was arrested after he violated a woman.

The man of the United Kingdom, made his first appearance in court after being accused of gluing a woman's private parts together.

44-year-old Paul Watson of Lancashire, appeared at Blackpool Magistrate’s Court on Friday. He has been accused of using a high strength adhesive on the genital’s of the woman.

Watson was charged with maliciously wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. The victim’s name was not released.

Prosecutor Pam Smith asked judges that the case be transferred to the higher court because of the seriousness of the charge. The judges agreed, and Watson will be brought before the Preston Crown Court.

If convicted of the crime, Watson faces a prison sentence. For now, Watson was taken back into custody without bail.