Woman keeps robber as sex slave, feeding him only Viagra

A Russian man who tried to rob a hair salon got more than what he had bargained for when the female shop owner, a karate black belt, overpowered him, 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.

Viktor Jasinski, 32, admitted to police that he had gone to the salon in Meshchovsk, Russia, with the intention of robbing it, reports the Daily Mail.

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 fed him Viagra and had sex with him for three days before releasing him, telling him that he'd "learned his lesson."

Jasinski went straight to the police and told them of his back-room ordeal, saying that he had been held hostage, hand-cufffed naked to a radiator, and fed nothing but Viagra.

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."

Both have now been arrested.

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