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A workaday armed robbery at a Russian hairdressers turned into a three day sex ordeal for the would-be stickup merchant, leaving him with torn genitals and a viagra hangover.

The man, only known as Viktor, attempted to turn over a hairdresser in the small town of Meshchovsk on March 14 Russia Today reports. The owner, a 28 year old called Olga, agreed to handover the day's takings while employees and customers cowered in fright.

Unfortunately for Viktor, Olga was trained in Karate. As she was handing over the cash she struck him in the chest, before taking him to the ground and trussing him up with a hairdryer cord.

Olga then locked Viktor in the shop's utility room before telling colleagues she would call the police and then dismissing them.

However, she clearly thought better of it, deciding instead to strip the robber before handcuffing him to the radiator with a pair of pink frilly lined handcuffs. She then plied him with viagra and "raped" him numerous times over the following four days.

A tired and sore Viktor was finally released three days later, heading straight to the hospital for treatment for a torn frenulum. He then went to the police to report Olga for "actions of a sexual nature".

Shocked police then arrested Olga, who promptly reported Viktor for robbery.

“What a bastard,” Olga complained. “Yes, we had sex a couple of times. But I’ve bought him new jeans, gave him food and even gave him 1,000 roubles when he left.”

Apparently Viktor confirmed that he had been fed "royally" by the no-nonsense coiffeuse.

Olga and Viktor are both now apparently on charges, and hard time will no doubt be on the agenda when the cases finally reach court. ®

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