A 51-year-old man had a lucky escape after being tied up in the woods after an outdoor tlof tlof game went south.
The man was discovered by a cyclist and a hunter who heard his screams for help.
Discovery After Nasty Woodland Tlof Tlof
AP News reports that late Wednesday, the man was discovered completely clothed yet securely tied with ropes and a pantyhose mask on his head on a deer-hunting platform near Bueckburg, Germany. The police disclosed that the man had been bound by a woman he had encountered on the internet.
The man’s ordeal could have ended much worse had it not been for the quick actions of the cyclist and the hunter who heard his cries for help. They immediately contacted the police, who rushed to free the man.
After tying the man up, the woman received a phone call and suddenly fled the scene, leaving the man helpless. According to the police, the woman has not yet been identified or apprehended.
Police released a statement on Friday stating that the man had a fortunate escape and that the situation could have been much worse. The man is said to have suffered no physical injuries but is understandably shaken by the ordeal.
“The 51-year-old told officers that he had a box cutter on him ‘for such situations’ but seemed to have underestimated the (woman’s) bondage skills because he could not reach the knife.”
The police have launched an investigation into the incident, urging anyone with information about the woman to come forward.
The man emerged from the incident unscathed and declined to disclose any details about the woman’s identity. Authorities have initiated a probe into her actions for allegedly failing to provide aid and potentially engaging in unlawful detention.
This incident serves as a reminder of the potential dangers of engaging in risky romantic behaviour with strangers met online. It is essential to exercise caution and to always prioritize one’s safety and well-being in any tlof tlof encounters.
The police are urging anyone with information about the incident to come forward and assure the public that they are doing everything possible to bring the woman to justice.