The Moscow police are looking for perpetrators who sexually abused a stylist from Central Asia. The victim, a transsexual individual, arrived in Moscow for sex-change surgery and was abused soon after he became a woman.
A well-known transsexual stylist from the republic of Kyrgyzstan, who had a sex-change surgery in Moscow, was raped by his two country-fellows, Interfax reports with reference to a source from Moscow law-enforcement agencies.
"A 21-year-old female native of Kyrgyzstan came to police on Sunday. The woman claimed that she had been raped by two men. However, when the woman showed her passport, it turned out that she was actually a man," a police officer said.
"According to preliminary information, the victim, a well-known stylist from Kyrgyzstan, arrived in Moscow for sex-change operation and met two of his country-fellows at a Moscow restaurant," an official said.
The two men were glad to meet a lady from their native land in Moscow. They invited her to their apartment on Kuzminskaya Street. A bit later it turned out that the Kyrgyz individual, who looked like a female, was actually a male.
The perpetrators were not confused about the situation.
"One of the owners of the apartment committed an act of sexual intercourse with the stylist and gave his guest some cash for a cab afterwards," an official said.
Police officers also said that the transsexual individual went to the police because he took the offered cash as personal humiliation. In spite of such bizarre circumstances, the police filed a criminal case based on Article 131 of the Penal Code of the Russian Federation, "Rape."
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