BOSTON -- A woman from Quincy said she identified her rapist by recognizing his bad breath.
Tuen K. Lee, 36, was arraigned Tuesday on three counts of aggravated rape, kidnapping and other charges. He pleaded not guilty.
The alleged victim told police she was getting ready for bed two weeks ago when a man wearing a ski mask held a knife to her throat, attacked and raped her. She said she recognized the attacker when she smelled his breath and realized the foul odor was the same as her boss' breath.
Let's take turns deciding what his sentence should be. I'll go first:
He must go to a female dentist every day for the next 5 years, with no say in what procedures she performs, and no anesthetic.