A man tried to extort money from a mechanic in Sydney, Australia, whom he blamed for losing his Mercedes-Benz by threatening him with a large black sex toy. True story.
A crazed motorist threatened a mechanic with a large sex toy after his [$167,000] Mercedes was repossessed, a court has heard. Aaron Sabbah, 39, allegedly flew into a rage and stormed into the Sydney mechanics workshop brandishing a “black dildo” at Michael Monajed – who he blamed for losing the car. Magistrate Eve Wynhausen asked: “What is the alleged arm?” Prosecutor Christian Hearn replied: “It’s a black dildo, your honour.” Court documents recorded: “Sabbah entered the workshop in an intimidating manner with a large black dildo in his right hand, which he was smacking into his left hand continually in an aggressive and threatening manner.” His car was repossessed in January after he defaulted on a loan. A week later, he stole his car back from the yard where it was being held and drove it to Mr Monajed’s workshop to have the brakes replaced. The next day, cops spotted Mr Monajed driving the car and confiscated it from him. Sabbah accused Mr Monajed of losing his car and made demands of money from him. Mr Monajed ended up paying him [$4500], but soon after Sabbah went on his rampage with the offending item on April 22. He was arrested that evening and charged with robbery in company, demanding money with menaces and stealing two vehicles from the mechanic – but he denies the charges. The magistrate denied Sabbah bail at Sydney’s Central Local Court and adjourned the matter to July 18.Before the mechanic finally caved in and paid Aaron the $4500, he demanded $30,000 and made several threats of violence. The mechanic bought him a used Honda for $800, but Aaron rebuffed the offer, demanded something better and continued the physical threats. To add insult to injury, after Aaron assaulted him with the dildo, he stole $400 from Michael's desk. As for the dildo, it's unclear where it came from or which gentleman it belonged to.