Story By: William McGee, Sub-Editor: Marija Stojkoska, Agency: Newsflash
A court has fined three Romanian prostitutes after they beat up a British client and stole his cleaning robot.
The women named only as Alina D., 28, Elena O., 27, and Anuschka F., 25, because of local privacy laws appeared at the Frankfurt District Court in Germany on Tuesday, 21st September.
The Romanian women were accused of attacking, injuring and robbing banker Serkan G., 51, who has British and Turkish citizenship, in his Frankfurt apartment on the night of 31st May last year.
Serkan G., who works at an asset management company headquartered in London, Singapore and Malta, admitted he knew the three women and had offered Elena O. money in exchange for sex.
However, the three turned up, and once inside his apartment, attacked and beat him and then damaged his apartment before stealing his cleaning robot.
The complainant had a herniated disk at the time, and was therefore unable to defend himself from the vicious attack.
The robot vacuum was reported to be worth EUR 720 (GBP 618), and he claimed they also stole several pairs of designer sunglasses and his British and Turkish passports.
The items they smashed included dishes and his telescope worth EUR 5,000 (GBP 4,291), and they kicked his four-month-old pet dog several times as well, as it was barking.
Serkan G. had known the women for a few weeks, and Alina D. had even been living with him after he took her in because she was homeless.
Following the incident, the women were charged with robbery, deprivation of liberty, bodily harm and damage to property.
However, during sentencing, they were only found guilty of attempted fraud and theft, with Elena O. receiving a EUR 900 fine and her two friends being fined EUR 450 each.