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Australian Man storms into a coronavirus isolation hotel and rapes two women while posing as a cop

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A man is accused of posing as a police officer before allegedly raping two women who were staying at a hotel in coronavirus isolation.

The 31-year-old, who can’t be named for legal reasons, is charged with two counts of rape and impersonating police after the alleged sex attacks at a hotel in Adelaide‘s CBD on Friday night.

Adelaide Magistrates Court on Monday heard the first alleged victim answered a knock at her door at about 8.30pm, with a man telling her he was a policeman and producing a form of ID.

The man told the woman he was checking on her welfare amid the COVID-19 pandemic, so she let him in her hotel room, the court heard.

Prosecutors told the court the man handcuffed her to the lounge before pulling a handgun from his jacket.

The first victim answered a knock at her door to a man she thought was a police officer at around 8.30pm on Friday. She was then allegedly raped and handcuffed to the sofa

The man then demanded money, and the woman handed him $400, the court was told.

But he allegedly showed her his gun a second time, prompting her to give him another $6,200.

‘She stated to him that she would have no money to buy food so he handed back $400,’ prosecutors told the court, according to the ABC.

Prosecutors told the court the man forced the woman into the bedroom and raped her several times.

At about 10.45pm the same night, the man allegedly entered another woman’s hotel room.

Pictured: Recently arrived overseas travellers get off their bus and wait to check in at the Crown Promenade Hotel in Melbourne while police supervise them
Pictured: Recently arrived overseas travellers get off their bus and wait to check in at the Crown Promenade Hotel in Melbourne while police supervise them
Pictured: Recently arrived overseas travellers get off their bus and wait to check in at the Crown Promenade Hotel in Melbourne while police supervise them

Again, the man allegedly showed the woman the handgun inside his jacket.

‘He told her that she would go to prison if she was not quarantining and the only way she would not go to prison is if she had sex with him,’ prosecutors told the court.

It’s alleged the man told the woman’s male friend to wait in the bathroom while he raped her.

The man’s lawyer said her client denies all allegations.

His bail application for home detention was denied. He will return to court in July.

Thousands of Australians are currently being quarantined under police guard in hotels around the country after returning home from overseas.

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Australian Capital Territory: 78

Tasmania: 66

Northern Territory: 15

TOTAL CASES:  4,220

RECOVERED: 244

DEAD: 18

All arrivals at international airports will be under the close watch of border force officials for their 14-day isolation period, before getting the all clear to return home.

Border force guards are understood to be watching each floor, with those in isolation warned they will be handed $1000 on-the-spot fines if they leave their hotel room.

Australia’s confirmed coronavirus cases has soared to 4,220, and 18 people have died.

The government is now enforcing new rules limiting gatherings to two people unless with immediate family.

A Sydney man is already behind bars for allegedly flouting his home self-quarantine twice on Saturday before trying to leave the serviced apartment in which he had been confined.

Source: dailymail UK

CORONAVIRUS CASES

Live Updates COVID-19 CASES
  • World 17,901,750
    World
    Confirmed: 17,901,750
    Active: 5,951,666
    Recovered: 11,264,292
    Death: 685,792
  • South Africa 493,183
    South Africa
    Confirmed: 493,183
    Active: 159,007
    Recovered: 326,171
    Death: 8,005
  • Egypt 94,078
    Egypt
    Confirmed: 94,078
    Active: 49,635
    Recovered: 39,638
    Death: 4,805
  • Nigeria 43,151
    Nigeria
    Confirmed: 43,151
    Active: 22,707
    Recovered: 19,565
    Death: 879
  • Ghana 35,501
    Ghana
    Confirmed: 35,501
    Active: 3,223
    Recovered: 32,096
    Death: 182
  • Kenya 21,363
    Kenya
    Confirmed: 21,363
    Active: 12,580
    Recovered: 8,419
    Death: 364
  • Ethiopia 17,999
    Ethiopia
    Confirmed: 17,999
    Active: 10,520
    Recovered: 7,195
    Death: 284
  • Somalia 3,212
    Somalia
    Confirmed: 3,212
    Active: 1,557
    Recovered: 1,562
    Death: 93
  • Zimbabwe 3,169
    Zimbabwe
    Confirmed: 3,169
    Active: 2,098
    Recovered: 1,004
    Death: 67
  • South Sudan 2,322
    South Sudan
    Confirmed: 2,322
    Active: 1,101
    Recovered: 1,175
    Death: 46
  • Namibia 2,129
    Namibia
    Confirmed: 2,129
    Active: 1,953
    Recovered: 166
    Death: 10
  • Rwanda 2,022
    Rwanda
    Confirmed: 2,022
    Active: 911
    Recovered: 1,106
    Death: 5
  • Tanzania 509
    Tanzania
    Confirmed: 509
    Active: 305
    Recovered: 183
    Death: 21
  • Burundi 395
    Burundi
    Confirmed: 395
    Active: 90
    Recovered: 304
    Death: 1
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