Bloke tied to chair and made to bark like after being lured into dating app trap

Don’t miss a thing by getting the Daily Star’s biggest headlines straight to your inbox!

A man was subjected to the “ultimate terror” after being tied to a chair and injected with a mysterious substance.

Sarah Stanford put the unnamed man through the shocking ordeal, and she also forced him to make animal noises, punched him and threatened to shoot him, too.

The 90-minute incident occurred when the man failed to bring her the drug called ice and Hungry Jacks snacks, on Friday, September 27, 2019, Australia's Geelong Advertiser reports.

The 23-year-old mum met the man on a dating app, but when he arrived without the promised goods, she grabbed a kitchen knife and said she would “slice” him if he didn't do as she said.

She then proceeded to tie the man to a chair using a rope, cable ties and duct tape, while taking his wallet, cards and money.

She attempted to steal around £8,000 from his online bank account, and told him to pay her money every week when he got paid from his job.

But that wasn't enough. The enraged woman punched, hit, threatened to shoot and stab him, while also pouring a liquid on him – she then set his shirt on fire.

She then injected a mystery drug into him, which allegedly made him feel “relaxed and gluggy”.

Oddly, she also demanded that he bark like a dog and meow like a cat.

Judge Geoffrey Chettle told Geelong County Court: “In my 20-odd-years, I don’t think I’ve seen something as bizarre, and in some places scary as this.”

Stanford and her ex-girlfriend, who was also present during the incident, were both taken into custody on Sunday, and appeared in court on Monday.

The former was charged with extortion, robbery, common assault and false imprisonment, to which she pleaded guilty and will be sentenced on January 28.

Charges against the ex-girlfriend were dropped, however.

To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.

  • Money
  • Fire
  • Drugs

Source: Read Full Article