Robber Kept as Sex Slave

Sara - posted on 07/15/2011 ( 45 moms have responded )

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A Russian man who tried to rob a hair salon ended up as the victim when the female shop owner overpowered him, tied him up naked and then used him as a sex slave for three days.
Viktor Jasinski, 32, admitted to police that he had gone to the salon in Meshchovsk, Russia, with the intention of robbing it.

Teaching a lesson: Olga Zajac, 28, allegedly held 32-year-old would-be robber Viktor Jasinski captive for three days in a back room of her hair salon, feeding him Viagra and having sex 'a couple of times'
But the tables were turned dramatically when he found himself overcome by owner Olga Zajac, 28, who happened to be a black belt in karate.
She allegedly floored the would-be robber with a single kick.
Then, in a scene reminiscent of Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, police say Zajac dragged the semi-conscious Jasinski to a back room of the salon and tied him up with a hair dryer cable.
She allegedly stripped him naked and, for the next three days, used him as a sex slave to 'teach him a lesson' - force feeding him Viagra to keep the lesson going.

Life imitating art: The plight of Viktor Jasinski has an odd parallel with the infamous basement scene in Pulp Fiction, starring Ving Rhames
The would-be robber was eventually released, with Zajak saying he had learned his lesson.
Jasinski went straight to the police and told them of his back-room ordeal, saying that he had been held hostage, handcuffed naked to a radiator, and fed nothing but Viagra.
Both have now been arrested.
When police arrived to question Zahjac, she said: 'What a bastard. Yes, we had sex a couple of times. But I bought him new jeans, gave him food and even gave him 1,000 roubles when he left."


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...


This story is so crazy...what do you ladies think. Did he deserve it for breaking in and trying to rob her or not?

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Sneaky - posted on 07/16/2011

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I admit that my first response is amusement (it seems beautifully karmic) and then I read the replies and realized - I have a deep seeded prejudice against MEN. Was my first thought to think 'rape'. Nope. My first thought was 'how brilliantly karmic'.

Why?

Interestingly enough I read a bit about this recently. A book called 'Bias' by Bernard Goldberg. It is basically about bias in the media and it has a whole chapter about bias against males. He gives some examples, like the female TV host that asks a jilted bride "so are you going to castrate him?", no censor, no back lash, just giggles right? But if you think about it the other way; a male TV host asks a jilted groom "so, are you going to cut off her breasts?" suddenly it isn't funny, it is horrifying. The author calls this the 'license to overkill', when a group (e.g. women) feels (either rightly or wrongly) that they have been oppressed (by men) they then have the license to say anything they want about the oppressors and get away with it. And it is true. I'm horrified at myself (prejudice? ME???) but I LOVE having a license to overkill because I do feel oppressed.

Another book I am slogging through at the moment is called "the macho paradox: why some men hurt women and how all men can help" by Jackson Katz. Interestingly enough, the author is arguing that the reason violence against women (rape, domestic violence, murder) is still so prevalent in our society is because we live in a male dominated culture, a culture were violence against women is considered a WOMEN's problem when it should actually be considered a MEN's problem, (or more accurately, a problem of our SOCIETY ). . . the men are the ones, after all, that are doing the majority of the violence against women. He gives a few interesting examples as well - there was an 'incident' at the Puerto Rican Day festival in New York's Central Park in 2000. A crowd of men, hot sweaty and overexcited, apparently lost their minds and sexually assaulted more than 50 women in a rampage. Most of the shock and horror around the event focused on the 'mob mentality' and the 'young thugs'. No one (in public anyway) seemed to focus on the fact that in this day and age, a group of normal, average MEN thought it was a good idea to sexually assault every female in their vicinity. Now, if you go at it hypothetically for a moment - can you imagine the headlines if a group of women went on a rampage and decide to beat the shit out of every male in the park? Headlines would scream "WOMEN go mad". What if a group of white males lost their minds and decided to murder every black man in the park that day? Headlines would scream "HATE crimes/RACISM". The author refers to this phenomena as 'gender neutrality'. We can't blame MEN after all, can we?

One of the parts of the book that really sticks with me actually is the introduction were the author explains how, when he does a lecture at a college campus, he gets the males in the audience to 'get it'. He draws a line down the middle of the board behind him, male symbol on one side, female on the other. He asks all the men in the audience "raise your hand if you can tell me one thing you do EVERY day to make sure that you are not sexually assaulted". He is usually lucky to get two or three responses (and one is usually the joke "make sure I don't go to prison"). Then he asks all the females in the audience the same question and ends up with 30-40 responses. Some times he fills up the entire half of the board. And it is effective, at least according to the author, he usually ends up with an audience full of men sitting there in amazement, who have not realized till now that fully half the population of the planet is afraid EVERY SINGLE DAY of being sexually assaulted. And an audience full of very pissed off women.

And that pisses me off too. Every time I walk to my car in a parking lot (day or night) I walk with my keys in my had to use as a weapon if I have too. I never talk or text while walking so I am always aware of the people that are around me. I don't use an ipod in public for the same reason. I know self defense. And I am terrified that no matter how well I teach 'prevention' techniques to my girls (and that is all they are - prevention of the problem, not a cure) that they will be hurt and I will not be able to stop it. Why? Because I have three girls, so statistically at least one of them will be hurt. And that really pisses me off, in this day and age, I have the right to walk to my car in a parking lot and not be afraid of being attacked, my girls have the right to grow up and not be raped or sexually assaulted or domestically abused. We have the RIGHT, but not the REALITY.

So yes, while I believe that men have rights too, while I do believe that what happened to that robber was rape and it was wrong, I do still think it was karmic justice. I will use my license to overkill and enjoy a smile at the idea of the tables being turned on a man for a change. And I will keep my license to overkill as long as I am afraid for my daughters.

So this is me, declaring that yes, I do find this amusing. I freely admit that it is because I'm prejudice against men and I feel oppressed and fearful living in a male dominated society. I am very proud of you ladies that do not find any humor in this situation at all. You are obviously a stronger breed of women than me.

And I would like to add, in spite of sounding like a die-hard feminist, I do not consider myself one. I just consider myself a realist.

Kate CP - posted on 07/15/2011

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You think it's hilarious that some one was held captive against their will and raped for three days?

If it was a woman who was held captive and raped for three days would you feel the same way?

Amber - posted on 07/15/2011

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It's kind of ironic funny..not haha funny. What are the odds that he picked that place to rob...Wow.

Rape is never okay. I'm glad that they have both been arrested. It's not her job to "teach him a lesson", nor is taking away his bodily rights and force feeding him medication the correct way to go about teaching said lesson.

Beating him up and calling the authorities would have taught him a lesson. Raping him just taught him that she is a cruel and crazy woman who has no better understanding of right and wrong than he does.

Dana - posted on 07/17/2011

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Tracey, I'm not assuming "he would treat women like ladies" nor does it really matter his full intent, she would still be in the wrong for raping him.

Jenni - posted on 07/17/2011

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I thought this story smelled a little fishy, the first time I read it.



There is plenty of speculation on the validity of this story circulating the internet right now. One interesting piece of evidence that questions its credibility is that it was published 2 years ago in the Moscow Times. Yet, the Daily Mail is trying to play it off like it happend a few days ago. Also, the only source of the story is the Daily Mail from which all other sources are collecting their data and putting their own 'twists' on the story. Like the Irish Independent who claims Olga kicked Viktor in the privates.



Their last names weren't released in the original story in the Moscow Times but suddenly have been attatched 2 years later in the Daily Mail account.



I felt this story was suspect upon first reading it... it seems a little unbelievable and sensationalized, doesn't it? and I wouldn't be surprised whatsoever if this story was indeed a hoax or embellished.



What's even more appalling than the story itself, one of another human being being drugged, raped and falsely imprisoned, is people's reaction to it. Women.... and men... applauding her actions and holding her to the stature of heroine. A poster child of equal rights for women or a "Ha! We showed you!" I'm all for equality, but not being equally sexually devient. Woman are exaulting her as their hero. While men are fantasizing about the buxon, blurred-out, blonde (in a cat-suit) russian.



Check out her (obviously fake) FB group:



http://www.facebook.com/olgazajac

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Emma - posted on 08/09/2011

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Rape is rape im glad this woman has been arrested to.
Im not apposed to scaring the living shit out of someone which she could of done without crossing the line.
If she had reenacted the scene form the punisher for those who hove not seen the movie the punisher is trying to get a scumbag to give him info about his boss who murdered his entire family so the scumbag is hanging from a meat hook and the punisher lights a blow torch and gives this whole speech about how the burn inflicted is so bad you dont even feel pain just cold as it melts the nerve or somthing like that the guy wont talk so he puts the blow torch to the guys back or so the guy thinks , as the punnisher is blow tourching a steak in a pan and poking the guy in the back with an ice lolly,
Now that would be funny.

Sneaky - posted on 07/17/2011

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Danna, I do not think it was right of her to rape him, nor do I think that she is a hero or should be considered (in ANY way, shape or form) an activist for woman's rights. (I don't think any women wants the 'right' to rape, batter or abuse, I am certainly happy NOT being equal with men in that regard).

I was just responding to the idea that has been put forward (not by you) that rape is not an appropriate punishment for robbery. IMO that opens us up to two questions: a) when is rape an appropriate punishment? (BTW my answer is NEVER) and b) why assume that his intent was to not rape her?

I do not think people should not be punished for their thoughts, but there are instances were people have been punished for their intentions - 'possession with intent to sell/distribute', people arrested for conspiracy to commit murder . . . .

Does this mean that she had the right to judge and punish him? Of course not.

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She was wrong to have raped him full stop, most of us feel the same on that one.
So it could be a fake?Jennifer.Hope so..its just weird and sick..the whole drugging and raping.

Dana - posted on 07/17/2011

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I wouldn't be surprised if it were fake, Jennifer. It did seem like something out of a movie to begin with. And it has been interesting hearing the replies to the "story".

Sneaky - posted on 07/17/2011

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Just to throw some more fuel on the fire - how does anyone KNOW that HE did not intent to rape HER? Some criminals that break and enter find it a 'bonus' to find a women alone and take advantage of the situation and drug addicts that break and enter are typically extremely violent when they find someone on the premises when they are attempting a burglary. Just because the robber admitted that he broke in to rob the store, the possibilities remain that a) he knew a women was there alone and did intend to rape her, but can't admit that now or b) was robbing the premises and did intent to hurt and/or sexually assault anyone he happened to run into in the process, which again would be something he would not admit to.

The man obviously has no qualms about breaking and entering and stealing - based on that, why would anyone assume that he would treat women like ladies???

Stifler's - posted on 07/17/2011

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I personally think it's shit that you can be charged. If you're trespassing especially robbing someone, you should be fair game.

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I don't think its illegal to defend yourself or your home/business were i am.There is things you can do and obviously things you can not do.



For me personally it would have to do with how i was approached by the robber and the manner of the robber.As to how i would react.If i could defend myself.

Most likely i would run lol.Its safer.If i could not, i would hand over the money etc they wanted.Stay calm and quiet.



You can attack them even if they don't attack you if you are confronted with them in your home.As you don't know there intention.There has been so much discussion about this where i live since an incident happened here a few years back.



A framer was confronted by a robber in his home and he was in his right as he felt threatened.The robber ran out of the house and the framer shot him, he did not kill him.He was charged as the robber was leaving the home(framer was not in danger now or his family)and he had no right to defend at that point.He shot him outside while he was leaving so he was in the wrong.

JL - posted on 07/16/2011

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Who the fracken in their right mind would consider rape an appropriate punishment. Who the fracken would after attempting to be robbed think... "AH, yes now I will teach this would be robber a lesson....by forcing him to have sex with me." All I can say is that is one sick woman. She has some mental issues if in her mind forcing sex with strange men is an ok thing to do. The whole time while reading this story I just kept thinking that this must be a scene from a Horror movie like Hostel.

Dana - posted on 07/16/2011

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Yes, I think it's different here in the States, Loureen. Technically, you're classified as a weapon if you're a black belt but, of course that could have changed here. I'm going to look into it further.





Ashley, I'm all for defending yourself but, being robbed isn't necessarily being attacked, so defending yourself would be different in that case. Technically, you'd be defending your store, not your person. And depending on where you live, you would be attacking them first, and that could be illegal.

Charlie - posted on 07/16/2011

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I always thought that was the case with trained martial artists too however my good friend who was staying with us has several titles including once having the Australian muay thai champion title at one stage and says this is a myth ( in Australia at least )

Amber - posted on 07/16/2011

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If you are a trained fighter you aren't supposed to fight unless it's professional. Walking away is the lawful thing to do. You are allowed to defend yourself harm though.

Dana - posted on 07/16/2011

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Where do you live, Jennifer? I've always thought being a black belt and fighting was considered illegal too. - at least from where I'm from.

Jennifer - posted on 07/16/2011

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Being a Black Belt myself, I'd have kicked his a**, but the rest?! Yucky, sick, crazy! That woman needs more help than he does!

Dana - posted on 07/16/2011

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So, Ashley, you would stoop to their level as far as being a criminal -"just to teach them a lesson"?

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Sex of the person has nothing to do with it.For me personally.
I would be well pist if some scumbag tried to rob me.If i had the power to tackle that fucker i would teach him/her a lesson.I just would not of gone as far as raping the poor man in this case/any case or holding them for 3days.Teaching them a lesson i would of.Most definitely.

Merry - posted on 07/16/2011

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It would only be karmic justice in my mind if the man was a rapist himself. A robber getting robbed seems like karma, a rapist getting raped seems like karma. Now it's still equally wrong to rob a robber or rape a rapist, but yeah, that could sound like karma.
But to rape a robber is simply disgusting and way out of line.
I don't understand rape anyways, why would she want some stranger robbing mans penis inside her? That's just disgusting to me.

Merry - posted on 07/16/2011

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That's a horrible way to take the law into your own hands, sounds like some horror film.
Two wrongs don't make a right.

Sara - posted on 07/16/2011

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But what if instead of raping him, she'd shot and killed him when he broke into her shop? Would that have been appropriate or acceptable?

JuLeah - posted on 07/16/2011

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Well, robbery is a dangrous occupation for sure, but rape is rape and not okay ever, no matter the excuse or reason .... rape is not okay ... no one deserves rape, I don't care what they might have done

Dana - posted on 07/16/2011

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Wow, I'm actually a bit shocked that people would find this funny. Truly if you flipped the sexes around, you'd be horrified, right?? A man doing this to a woman would be sickening, so why is it different?

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I guess if i am honest & i were her..naked humiliation would do the trick for me.It stops there though lol.:-P

Stifler's - posted on 07/16/2011

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Yeah the raping was going a bit far. I'm all for naked humiliation though.

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If she really wanted to humiliate him and teach him a lesson.She could of tied him up naked etc but why go as far as raping him.Rape is never okay.He would of been humiliated by being over powered by her and then the cops seeing him tied up and naked.That's still not okay with me but better than raping the fella.

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Lmao..i guess he won't be robbing places again..just in case.God only knows what he could encounter next.lol



What was that woman thinking though.That's just cruel and disgusting.I don't think anyone deserves to be held captive and raped at all.I hope this stops the man from robbing and change his ways.I hope that woman gets sent down.Gets some sort of help to.



How would she feel if he had over came her..held her captive and raped her for 3days.Its not so nice if the shoe is on the other foot now is it.She was so wrong.

Becky - posted on 07/15/2011

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Wow, I can`t say that if someone was trying to rob me that my first inclination would be to have sex with him! No, rape is never okay, no matter what. Beating him up though, that he deserved!

Jodi - posted on 07/15/2011

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I'm still sitting here thinking "WTF????". Just wow. While he was wrong to rob the place, that woman is just seriously fucked up. Nothing funny about it at all. I feel sorry for the guy to be honest.

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I don't think rape is ever ok. Not even for the worst criminals (they should be put to death but yes, that's another debate). Yes, she should have beaten him down and carried his ass off to the police.

Charlie - posted on 07/15/2011

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I heard about this the other day , he didnt deserve to be raped no one does but what where the chances he picked the most psychotic woman possibly in Russia !

Kate CP - posted on 07/15/2011

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No, I don't think he deserved to be raped for three days straight. That's just wrong.

Christina - posted on 07/15/2011

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No one has the right to be raped!
She should have kicked his ass, beat him up, then called the police.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 07/15/2011

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Rape is rape. I applaud her for overpowering him, and protecting herself...that is kick ass....but the rape is uncalled for. That is one horny bitch!

Lady Heather - posted on 07/15/2011

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My guess is probably not. Man, if she had just taken him down and tied him up and called the cops I'd be like...yeah...rock on. Why did she have to ruin it? I love when supposedly "weaker" people end up kicking the asses of criminals. Just umm...don't force feed them viagra and have sex with them. There's kind of a clear line you shouldn't cross there.

Sara - posted on 07/15/2011

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I know...when I first read this story I thought maybe she raped him by sodomizing him or something, but she actually had sex with the guy. That's some kinky shit.



I don't agree with it either, but in trying to victimize her she ended up vicitimizing him...I wonder if he'll ever try to rob someone again...

Lady Heather - posted on 07/15/2011

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I generally don't recommend rape as a punishment for robbery.

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