If I’d known it was this easy, I would have never brought my gun
This is a real story happened in 1995 in Kings Mountain, USA
At 12:30 p.m. on 13 June 1995, a female accountant and bookkeeper at Lutz Oil Company in Shelby, North Carolina, arrived at the company’s Kings Mountain office after having been asked by the company’s president to fill in for another worker.
A few minutes after she arrived at the office, the woman went to the office bathroom to do some cleaning.
While cleaning, she heard the side door of the office open; so, she left the bathroom and went to the front counter to attend to, what she believed, was a customer. The customer asked her for some cigarettes. The woman reached for the cigarettes and when she turned around, the man was pointing a gun at her face. He then told her to be quiet, that he wanted her to cooperate with him, and that if she tried to run or scream he would kill her.
The man then held his gun to the victim’s side and escorted her outside to his pickup truck. The woman did not scream or try to escape because she believed the man would kill her if she did so.
The gunman and the female accountant then traveled down Stoney Point Road. The man stopped the truck and led the woman to a field while holding the gun to her back.
At one point, the man stopped and took off the woman’s pantyhose, but then continued to lead her further into the field so they could not be seen from the road. Once they stopped again, he removed her shirt and told her to remove her skirt and bra. He then removed her underpants, his own clothes, and then told her to lie down.
“Please don’t hurt me,” the woman said.
“I will never hurt a beatiful thing like you,” the man replied.
While lying down, the man removed the woman’s panties and began licking her vagina for about 10 minutes. He then got on top of her and pushed his penis into her vagina. They had sexual intercourse for about 30 minutes.
Afterwards, the man got dressed, unloaded his gun in front of the woman and said:
“If I’d known it was this easy, I would have never brought my gun.”
As they were traveling back towards the store, the female accountant convinced the gunman to let her out prior to arriving at the store. After being let out, she ran to the store and saw a co-employee and a police officer. After describing the gunman to the officer, she was taken to Cleveland Memorial Hospital for examination.