The victim was a 21-year-old man who had been lured by a woman he met on social media and set up a blind date at the Mc Donald’s in Sunnyside.The duo were sitting in the victim’s car when three men pounced‚ demanding money and bank cards from him but he had none.Oghonim is due to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on August 3.

Thami said that he had read all of the comments about him and was amused at what people were saying."I heard that I was drunk and that I was the worst friend. He said it was pure coincidence that his role on Generations started so soon after his Date My Family appearance and denied that he was looking for attention."It was just a crazy coincidence and even though it is nice because it keeps me relevant in people's minds‚ but I am not looking for attention.

I just want to act and it happened to pan out this way‚" he said.

"I am very quiet and soft and that didn't come through on Date My Family.

I was dramatic on purpose but it was a good opportunity to get myself out there." Thami was dragged on social media for his appearance on the dating show‚ with fans suggesting that he was being a diva and trying to steal his friend's date.

Most of us brought out the tissues when Jennifer Lopez's character in Maid in Manhattan ended up with her rich prince charming who saved her from being a maid.

Who also can forget how the tacky-looking, thigh-high-booted Julia Roberts was whisked from the streets by the charming and rich Richard Gere in Pretty Woman?

The suspect‚ Boitumelo Sekgwelea‚ was arrested early this month after she allegedly posed as a prostitute in an online advertisement and lured a 29-year-old Pretoria West man to her apartment in Sunnyside where he was then robbed by three men.

Shortly after allegedly handing over R300 to Sekgwelea for sex‚ the three men barged into the flat and robbed him of R400 and a Samsung S3 cellular phone.

The victim’s brother was then called to pay a ransom amount to the suspects for the safe return the victim.