Tuesday, 10. December 2013 - 01:12
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Police investigating after an Angelina Jolie lookalike tried to force a cab driver to have sex say it may have been because she was on medication at the time from a local hospital.
The Angelina Jolie lookalike held the terrified taxi driver at knife point while she forced him to have sex, police in Bucharest, Romania, were told.
Cabbie Nicolae Stan says that stunning Luminita Perijoc, 30, threatened to kill him unless he agreed to perform oral sex on her after he'd dropped her off at her apartment.
Now cab driver Nicolae Stan has said that his life has been a misery by his pals ribbing him about the fact that he had turned down the beautiful double of the Hollywood star.
He said: "It is terrible. I am now a local celebrity, every one is talking about me. They don't understand why I refused her, but they do not know what it is like to have a mad woman yelling at you at knife point.
"They look at her, then look at me an laugh. But I think anyone would find it impossible to perform with a knife at their throat even if they were with Miss Romania,"
"She asked me to help with her bag but when we were upstairs she got me in to her kitchen and told me she had to have sex with me," claimed the married dad-of-three.
"I think she wasn't used to anyone saying no because she flew into a rage when I declined. She took out a knife and forced me to undress and have sex with her.
"But she wasn't satisfied and wanted sex again. When I refused she attacked me with a knife, and forced me to have oral sex with her but she still stabbed me," he added.
Friends told local media that Perijoc is a huge fan of actress Jolie and models herself on the Tomb Raider star.
Stan says he only escaped when he managed to barricade himself into a bedroom and dial 999 on his mobile phone.
Police say he was taken to hospital with more than half a dozen stab wounds.
"We are interviewing both parties to discover what could have happened," said a police spokesman.
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