Man, 20, caught by his father trying to rape his grandmother ‘because he couldn’t get a girlfriend’

A 20-year-old man attempted to rape his  grandmother after complaining to her he could not get a girlfriend.

Samuel Dye is alleged to have beaten his  grandmother with a hammer before launching the sex attack.

He had complained about not being able to  find a girlfriend and told her he was going to ‘get some’.

Police said Dye’s assault was stopped by his  father after he heard the screams of his 61-year-old mother.

Caught in the act: Samuel Dye allegedly tried to rape his grandmother

Caught in the act: Samuel Dye allegedly tried to rape  his grandmother

He found his son on top of his mother with  his trousers pulled down and hitting her in the head with a hammer.

The father pulled his own away and detained  him until police arrived.

The alleged attack took place after Dye  turned up at his grandmother’s home in Chester, South Carolina, at 4am last  Thursday.

The woman told police Dye showed up at her  home with a hammer in his hand and began complaining about not having a  girlfriend. He said he was going to ‘get some’.

The arrest report, seen by the Charlotte  Observer, said Dye began attacking  her.

She pleaded with her grandson to stop and  suggested they pray together.

Dye then exposed himself to the woman and  tried to rape her before hitting her in the head again and knocking her onto the  ground, the report states.

Sheriff Richard Smith said Dye’s father  caught him ‘in the act’ of trying to rape his mother.

Dye is being held at the Chester County  Detention Center having been charged with charged with attempted murder and  attempted sexual contact.

Records with the State Law Enforcement  Division shows that Dye has no prior criminal history in South Carolina, aside  from a seat belt violation that is still pending in court, it was reported by  the Charlotte Observer.

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