In Twin Cities, Idaho, a man recently posted a Craigslist ad, pretending to be his wife, asking other men to rape her, reports the Daily Mail, which has declined to name the husband, wife, or the attackers.
On Thursday, one man chased the wife through her home until she found a 9mm handgun, which they struggled over, firing shots that ricocheted around the house. The man fled and the woman called the police.
Two days later, a second man broke into the woman's home, where she held him at gunpoint until police arrived.
The second man told police that he was responding to a 'casual encounters' ad on Craigslist, supposedly posted by the woman.
The ad said that she "wanted to be forcibly raped as that was a fantasy of hers" and the attacker was told to "force his way inside and rape the woman there and not stop no matter how much she resisted."
Police eventually traced some emails, that the second man had been sent, to a computer at the Army National Guard in Mountain Home, Idaho, where the woman's husband works.
He returned home at the time of the attempted rapes and has, since ,admitted his involvement to police.
He was charged with solicitation of rape and solicitation of burglary, and his bond was set at $100,000.