A storage locker that reportedly belonged to Robert Dewey Hoskins, the man convicted of stalking and threatening American pop star Madonna, has been opened. Hoskins served a prison term of 10 years for his offences.
The 54-year-old stalker, who was recently back in the headlines for escaping from a mental institution in California before being recaptured by the police, failed to pay the bills for his locker. His locker was opened andits contents were auctioned off.
The contents included Madonna memorabilia, including CDs and photos, condoms, women's jewellery, a box-cutter, scissors, a Bible and a harlequin mask.