But our homeless factor in this one again despite we are told of Rainbow houses and such yet stuff like this continue to be reported both on traditional media and new media namely Facebook.
The men, David 'Rihanna' Stewart, 21; Akeem 'Shelly-Ann' Barnett, 21; and Shevaun 'Batman' Lewis, 23, all of Kingston addresses, were recently arrested and charged with robbery with aggravation.
According to the police report, on August 17 around 11:30 pm, the complainant was driving along Waterloo Road in St Andrew when he was signalled to stop by someone whom he thought was a woman. The person reportedly shouted out: "Drop me down the road."
The man picked up the crossdresser and while he was driving on South Avenue the crossdresser reportedly told him that he did not have any money and was willing to perform oral sex on him for $500.
The complainant agreed, turned around his car and reportedly returned to premises on Waterloo Road and paid $1,000 to the crossdresser.
Upon reaching the compound, the crossdresser reportedly asked to look at the complainant's private member and realised that he did not have any condom and was asked by the complainant: "How you a woman and nuh have no condom?"
The crossdresser opened the car door and the complainant saw a group of people whom he recognised as men dressed as women and became uncomfortable, saying that he was no longer interested in the sexual transaction as he was doubtful about the crossdresser's true gender.
Further reports are that while the complainant was discussing the crossdresser's gender when he heard his cellular phone ringing and realised that it was in the crossdresser's bag. The accused reportedly had taken the phone and other items valued at $43,000 and quickly ran off in the direction of New Kingston.
During the chase that ensued, three accused men, who were seen running, volunteered to take the complainant to the crossdresser and he invited them into his car and took them to a location near the New Kingston Gully.
However, it was reported that when he got to the gully he saw a group of people advancing towards him with knives and sticks and he had to use pepper spray to keep them at bay, before he was able to escape.
The complainant reported the matter to the police and the three men were later arrested.
However, the story was disputed by the three men who claimed in court last Wednesday that they were not present at the time of the incident.
Lewis told the court that it was he who had helped the complainant to get back his phone.
"Through me know everything, all me do, me call and call until me get back the phone," he said.
But he insisted: "I wasn't there. Me go Devon House with me boyfriend and when me a come back police tek me off the taxi."
"It was Ashley who stole the phone, me and she was not there," Lewin said pointing to his co-accused.
He was corrected by Magistrate Maxine Ellis: "That's not a she, it's a him, you nuh see a man that."
Lewis, in continuing, insisted that he and his co-accused were not there and that he only pleaded guilty because he did not want to stay in custody as he was being ill-treated.
Stewart, when it was his time to speak, began doing so in a squeaky tone and gesticulating with his pinky finger but was quickly told by the magistrate to "put on his regular baritone" and to put his hands at his side and address her.
"I wasn't there, the man mek Ashley work him and tek weh him phone," he told the court.
"So you are working on the street?" Ellis asked.
"Me run from me community 'cause a me lifestyle, when me client dem call, me put on me clothes and go work and me get $2,000 or $1,500, that's the way I eat. Me nuh have no education 'cause me never do nuh subject and me madda deh a America," he stated.
"What caused you not to get any subject?" Ellis asked.
"Me left me community from me a 15 'cause me neva have nobody fi press me clothes," Stewart replied.
"From me a 12 me a wear girl clothes. Me did like girls. Me just find meself a blush off a boys," he revealed.
But Ellis told him that the fact that he did not like girls did not mean that he was a homosexual.
"Most 12-year-old old boys don't like girls, it is not unusual so nutten wasn't wrong. They don't want to look at any girls," she said.
"You get it wrong. I don't think you are born that way," she added, "And even if you believe in that lifestyle, what you are doing is wrong. Even if you were a woman at Back Road selling your body it would be wrong. Prostitution is wrong, that is nasty, dangerous," the magistrate went on.
She then told Stewart that he needed to go back to school, get an education and find a job that was honourable.
"The police are hunting you not because of your lifestyle but because you are living like criminals," she told the men.
"Nobody is concerned about who you are sleeping with. It is your nasty lifestyle sleeping with men while pretending like you are women," Ellis stated.
The magistrate said that wherever there was prostitution there was normally criminal behaviour.
"You see me, ask anybody 'bout Rihanna, me scared that's why I don't go to Ruthven Road 'cause dem a shot people and rob dem things. My client dem know me and know that me is honest and me don't do dem things deh," Stewart interjected and said.
"I don't know what to do with you," Ellis then said.
Lewis then told her: "I am begging you little leniency 'cause I wasn't there."
Ellis then told the court that the complainant should have been arrested and charged for his role in the incident.
"The complainant needs to get lock up 'bout him left him house and a buy sex," she said.
She then told the prosecutor that she needed to hear from the police. "I need to hear the real story," she said.
As a result, the three men who had pleaded guilty were remanded until Friday.
When they appeared in court on Friday, the investigating officer in the matter told the magistrate that the men were instrumental in the recovery of the cellular phone.
The police however, said that the men were part of a criminal network.
Ellis postponed the sentencing and ordered a social inquiry report into the men's background.
An October 2 sentencing date was subsequently set.
At that time the social inquiry report is expected to be completed.