Asma Aziz of Lahore, Pakistan says her husband stripped and beat her and shaved her head after she refused to dance for him and his friends. Two men have been arrested after a Pakistani woman took to social media alleging her husband beat her, stripped her and shaved her head after she refused to dance for him and his friends. In the video posted March 26 and translated by various media outlets, Asma Aziz said her husband "took my clothes off in front of his employees. The employees held me as he shaved my hair off and burned it.
A Belfast man allegedly raped his pregnant partner and shaved off her hair amid accusations of infidelity, the High Court heard on Friday. Prosecutors claimed he also split open her eye and tried to glue the wound shut while on a three-day crystal meth drugs binge. Details emerged as the year-old accused, who cannot be named for legal reasons, mounted an application for bail. He denies four counts of rape and two charges of assault occasioning actual bodily harm to his long-term partner. The alleged attack was carried out at an address in west Belfast last November, but only reported to police in January.
Although they missed the last two years, Trainor said they are ready to continue their favorite tradition of helping kids with cancer. Gronk Rob Gronkowski and Jermaine Wiggins are there every year. By watching participants choose to shave their heads, the children realize they are not alone and that people really do care, said Trainor. She said her biggest reason for continuously participating in the event is the money goes toward things that make the kids smile, instead of unexplainable research. Trainor said she likes to make the most out of her bald head.
Shakeela, 27, says she was held against her will for three hours on the first day of Eid last week in Pakistan. A transgender woman was allegedly kidnapped and had her hair shaved off after refusing to pay her captors extortion money, activists claim. Shakeela, 27, says she was held against her will for three hours on the first day of Eid last week in her home town in Pakistan. The year-old, who works as a dancer in the city of Mardan, had given money to the gang twice before. The first time, she paid 40, rupees and the second 50, rupees, to keep them at bay for a while so she could continue to work and dance in the area.