Suspect in clitoris case abandons bail application

2015-10-05 18:04
(File, Nielen de Klerk, News24)

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Bloemfontein – A Danish man arrested after 21 clitorises were found in his freezer has abandoned his bail application in the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court on Monday, Hawks spokesperson Hangwani Mulaudzi said.

Mulaudzi said the court would now set a trial date.

The man was arrested last month and charged with sexual assault as well as crimes under sections of the Medicines Act.

He allegedly sliced off women’s sexual organs and kept them in the freezer as "trophies". His wife, who has since fled the country, leaving behind two of her children, has assisted the police in providing information. However, she has reportedly refused an offer to be taken into witness protection.

The police have also appealed to women who may have been among his victims to come forward.

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