Woman delayed a robber with oral sex. How did the case end?

The robber is in prison, but the court did not examine whether the woman was a victim of sexual violence.

The Facebook post that informs about a curious robbery at a petrol station.The Facebook post that informs about a curious robbery at a petrol station. (Source: Facebook/Polícia SR)

The provision of sexual services prevented a robber from running away, the police posted on Facebook back in January of this year, adding emoticons – a bag of money and a broken heart.

Slovak and foreign media immediately began to report the story to their audiences, concerning a woman who held up an aggressive petrol station robber by flirting with him. This effort led up to oral sex.

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