UFC Fighter and Actor Joe Son Charged with Gang Rape at Gun Point


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Joe Son, known to many as Random Task from Austin Powers and to others as a MMA veteran who had his balls repeatedly punched during UFC 4, has been charged in connection with a gang rape that took place on Christmas Eve 1990. Joe Son plead guilty to felony vandalism back in May which required him to give a DNA sample. Investigators ran it and linked it to the unsolved crime. The Korean-born Joseph Son played the Oddjob-like henchman Random Task in the 1997 comedy, which starred Mike Myers as Austin Powers and nemesis Dr Evil. The DNA sample connected him to an unsolved gang rape that took place over 18 years ago. He now faces 275 years in prison if convicted. TMZ says:

Son has been charged with five felony counts of rape, two felony counts of forcible sodomy, two felony counts of sodomy in concert by force, seven felony counts of forcible oral copulation, and one felony count of sexual penetration by foreign object by force.

Son, better known to non-MMA fans as “Random Task” from Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, is probably best known in the fight community for having his balls demolished by Keith Hackney back at UFC 4 in route to a first round submission loss. The dude was pounded away at Son's testicles like crazy.




Joe lost to Jukei Nakajima in Pankration 2 by wedgie submission when his leopard print thong fight shorts were pushed up where the Jo-Sun don't shine. Yes... I said leopard print thong fight shorts... I know its hard to believe, but you can't make this shite up! Joe has worn a variety of man-thongs and this was particularly notable for the jock strap flaunting its business. You know when a chick’s bra strap is exposed when she’s wearing a tank top? It’s nothing like that. This shit is just gay. More details on the crime:

Son, along with a second suspect, is accused of dragging the victim into the back of a car, pistol whipping her, threatening her life at gun point while he counted the bullets in his gun, and raping, sodomizing, and forcing her to orally copulate him repeatedly, according to a release from the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. Son is also accused of sexually penetrating the victim with his firearm before she was released naked with her pants tied around her eyes.

According to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, the victim was pistol-whipped, raped, threatened with death and penetrated by a firearm before eventually being blindfolded and released naked.

Son is being held on $1 million bail and has been charged with the following:

-Five felony counts of rape
-Two felony counts of forcible sodomy
-Two felony counts of sodomy in concert by force
-Seven felony counts of forcible oral copulation
-One felony count of sexual penetration by foreign object by force.

If anyone remembers, Joe Son made psycho entrances to the cage where he dragged a big cross on his back. He also invented his own martial arts system called “JoeSonDo”. It’s unclear whether gang rape with a pistol was part of his groundbreaking system. If he’s found guilty, he deserves the 275 years to life in prison!

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Biography

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Joseph Hyungmin Son better known as Joe Son (born November 22, 1971 in Seoul, Korea) is a Korean-American actor and mixed martial arts fighter. He is perhaps best known for his role in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, playing the character Random Task, a parody of James Bond henchman Oddjob.

He is a retired MMA fighter remembered for his fight at UFC 4 where he lost to Keith Hackney. During the fight, Hackney repeatedly struck Son's groin (UFC had no rule against groin strikes at the time). He's also remembered for his elaborate ring entrances involving a crucifix (a' la Jesus) and his minimal ring attire. Son retired from MMA with a record of 0-4. He then spent a brief time in professional wrestling in Japan. Son was also Kimo Leopoldo's manager and spiritual advisor at his UFC debut. Son is the founder and sole practitioner of the martial art Joe Son Do, a style Joe Son described as a hybrid of Taekwondo and Judo.