Sweet-talking Mango Casanova 'cons' women of $111k
AT LEAST seven women are believed to have been cheated of up to RM300,000 (S$111,000) by a smooth-talking man dubbed "The Mango Casanova", reported Harian Metro.
Each woman is said to have fallen under the spell of the 53-year-old man after eating a ripe mango offered by him.
Not only did he cheat the women, but he also slept with them after claiming that he had fallen in love with them, the daily reported.
The man's victims included an unmarried 25-year-old woman, single mothers in their 40s and 50s, and even a 65-year-old grandmother.
A 37-year-old divorcee who wanted to be known as Nita said she suspected that the man had used black magic on her, as she blindly agreed to his demands.
"I tracked down six other women who were cheated by the man in a similar manner. Two of us have reported the matter to the police."
She tracked the women, after reading messages on the man's mobile phone while he was asleep, it was reported.
The women, she claimed, had also eaten ripe mangoes offered by him.
"He is a sweet talker and I never once thought that I was being cheated," she said.
Nita said that, after two weeks of meeting each other, the man claimed he had fallen in love with her and wanted to get married.
"He moved into my house, and I supported him for a month and gave him money," she was quoted as saying.
The man then threatened to circulate photos and videos of their intimate moments if she refused to accept his demands.
THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK