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Man fined after using his penis as a weapon

Lightsabers on short supply

A man who used his penis to assault a policewoman was slapped with a fine of £600 (NZ$1300) last week in the Aberdeen Sheriff Court.

Police were called to a disturbance at the flat of Marium Varinauskas last November where it was alleged he drunkenly attempted to hit a female officer on the head with his penis.
The officer managed to evade the swinging member and Varinauskas pleaded guilty to assault.

Former Banker blows $3.4 million on prostitutes

Prostitutes blow back

A former ASB banker was found to have spent $3.4 million of the $18 million he stole from wealthy clients on prostitutes.

It was revealed that for almost a decade, Stephen Gerard Versalko paid $3.4 million to two female Auckland prostitutes.

Versalko extorted $18 million from clients through a classic ponzi scheme. An investor became suspicious of his actions after watching a documentary that followed the highly publicised case of US stockbroker Bernie Madoff, who ran the largest ponzi scheme in history.

Versalko has been sentenced to six years imprisonment.

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