13 January 2020
Bhubaneswar: In a strange twist of events, both parties involved in the infamous dating app fiasco were arrested and forwarded to court. The fiasco involved a male banker and woman teacher who met on an online dating app and then made serious allegations against each other after a single date.
The youth identified as Sunil Mishra, who works as a deputy manager in a private bank here lodged his FIR first. His complaint was accepted and a crime scene reconstruction was undertaken. Later, even the woman lodged an FIR against Mishra while making serious allegations.
Accordingly, Mishra was arrested yesterday based on the woman’s complaint under IPC sections 375 (rape), 328 (intent to commit an offence).
Meanwhile, the woman was released on bail but her four associates were arrested today on the basis of Mishra’s complaint under IPC sections 420 (cheating), 365 (kidnapping), 506 (criminal intimidation), 379 (theft), and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention).
Sunil Mishra, who works as a deputy manager in a private bank here developed a relationship with a young woman after having a few chatting sessions on Tinder. He says that both exchanged their phone numbers and on the same day i.e. January 2nd they met at a restaurant, and on the very next day (January 3) he proposed the woman to go for a date to which she agreed. They boozed together and then had sex.
Two days later when the woman asked Mishra to meet her, he was instead taken to a closed room where he was beaten up and then his cash, credit card was stolen.
Meanwhile, the woman accusing the baker said, "He forcibly raped me and then clicked intimate pictures of us while I was unconscious due to being intoxicated. When I asked him to delete those pictures and videos, he blatantly refused. I then took the help of my friends to make delete them from his phone. We did not kidnap him and loot anything from him."
Read the whole story here: Banker Falls Prey To Fair Sex Through Dating App