In Germany, a couple spending some alone time camping in the woods found there’s something more to worry about now than bears and wolves. A muslim refugee, wielding a machete, approached the couple and held the man at knifepoint while he raped his girlfriend.
The incident took place just after midnight. When it was over, the 26-year-old man called the police and rushed his girlfriend to the hospital. They were able to take DNA samples off of her and find the perpetrator.
The perp reportedly tried to escape officers when they came to arrest him, throwing his backpack at an officer chasing him. The backpack was later recovered and found that it was stolen from another couple camping before the rape incident.
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Germany, when the refugee approached them holding a knife and dragged the woman out of the tent. The boyfriend was then forced to watch at knifepoint while the refugee raped his girlfriend. The incident took place around 12:30 a.m.
The 26-year-old boyfriend later called authorities and the girl was brought to the hospital. A facial composite of the suspect led to his arrest and he was found guilty using DNA evidence. He reportedly tried to escape police custody when officers first attempted to arrest him, even throwing a backpack at one officer, Daily Mail reported.
The backpack was found to have been stolen from a barbecue get together before the rape occurred.
The suspect was arrested in Siegburg, Germany, after someone recognized him from the wanted poster with his sketch on it.
“Just keep all of these mongrels out of all western countries. We in Australia have problems with refugees of the African type, violent home invasions, car jackings, jewellery shop raids with violence against staff etc and our solution is to throw more money into recruiting more police for the courts to let these so called poor refugees off lightly. Get them out of the country and look after the welfare of our own people who love and appreciate the lifestyle of a beautiful country,” one Mad World News reader commented on the site’s Facebook page in response to the story.