In one of the most horrific cases of rape I have heard of, an Iraqi man raped a 10-year-old boy at a pool because the man was sexually frustrated:
Police investigators have ascertained that the 20 year old man entered Austria on the 13th September, travelling into the country via the Balkans.
On the December 2nd he brutally attacked the young boy, pulling him into a changing cubicle, pulling down his swimming trunks and assaulting him. Although the boy cried out he was not heard by anyone, Kronen Zeitung has reported.
Following the attack, the Iraqi amused himself by diving repeatedly from the three metre board. The young boy, meanwhile, went to a lifeguard in tears and told him what had happened. The police were immediately called and were able to arrest the Iraqi on the spot, while the boy was taken to hospital suffering from serious injuries.
I read about this story several days ago, but it has taken me some time to process it. When a person rapes someone, they usually do not remain at the scene. They certainly do not set about repeatedly diving into a pool. To assault this boy and then remain at the scene as if nothing happened is baffling. This is particularly odd given that the man admitted that sex with boys is “forbidden in any country in the world.”
Why rape the boy? If you know it is forbidden, why do it?
Yet he did it, and for a bizarre reason: Continue reading