Ava Estelle, an eighty-one-year-old grandmother, was devastated when her pretty 18-year-old granddaughter was abducted and raped by a pair of lowlife ex-cons in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
Aware of the universal truth that the law would treat the offenders lightly, Ava loaded her 9mm pistol and tracked down the pair to a dingy hotel.
There she tapped on the door of their room. As 31-year-old David Furth opened the door, Ava calmly shot him in the crotch, stepping past his agonised writhings to do the same to his former prison cellmate, 29-year-old Stanley Thomas.
The law abiding granny then surrendered herself and her gun to the police. Furth lost all his manhood and Thomas his testicles but the problem is what to do with Ava. Nobody wants to lock up an 81-year-old woman and most of them want to make her town mayor.
You can’t deny that Ava's methods of dealing with the problems of sex crimes got to the root of the problem and would certainly act as deterrent to would be offenders.