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Woman Penis-Slapped During Home Invasion Robbery

A pair of Miami burglars added insult to injury during a bizarre home invasion turned sexual assault this morning.

After forcing their way into a Brownsville house at gunpoint, one of the robbers proceeded to slap a helpless female victim in the face with his penis while demanding money.

The robbers remain at large.

According to the police report, the male owner of the house responded to knocks at his back door around 3 a.m. That's when two young men burst into the house with handguns, masks, and gloves.

The robbers demanded money. When the owner said he didn't have any, the burglars kicked in the door to his daughter-in-law's room, where the 31-year-old woman was sleeping.

"The suspect placed the firearm to the [daughter-in-law]'s head and stated 'Bitch, where is the money?'" according to the report. "Victim stated she didn't have any money. Suspect then pulled down victim's shirt and removed his penis from his pants and began hitting the victim in her face with his penis stating again 'Bitch give me the money.'"

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When the victim again replied "I don't have no money," the robbers instead stole two televisions and fled.

The woman later told police she believes the robbers had spotted her take out money from a bank earlier in the evening and had followed her home.

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