Cape Town man raped by 'woman'

2012-03-30 08:53
Cape Town - A Cape Town man has received counselling after he was apparently raped by a man dressed as a woman, it was reported on Friday.

Lieutenant -Colonel Andr Traut told the Cape Times the man, 26, was walking to the Groote Schuur hospital on Wednesday morning when someone who appeared to be a woman approached him in Bouden Street, Observatory.

The woman, holding a purse and wearing a wig and black miniskirt, confronted him with a knife.

The victim soon realised his attacker was male. The man forced him into an alleyway and raped him before fleeing. Police are searching for the attacker, in his thirties.

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