It was another instance of what seem to be a string of unrelated episodes involving women attacking men for sex or after offers of sex for hire. About 12:15 a.m. on Aug. 4, a 55-year-old man had a knife pulled on him. He said he was sitting on a couch in his Atlantic Avenue home, just west of Napier Avenue and Payne City, in Macon. The supposed knife wielder was a 44-year-old woman. A Bibb County sheriff’s report said the man had “constantly told (the woman) to leave him alone.” But it seems she had been drinking beer, as the report put it, “all day.” She kept “trying to take his pants and undress him in attempts to have sex with him,” the report said, “but he told her no multiple times.” The last time he rebuffed her, the report went on, “she went into the kitchen and grabbed a large kitchen knife and came at him with it.” The woman, “in an intoxicated state,” was later jailed on a disorderly conduct charge. It wasn’t clear how she and the man were acquainted. The Cop Shop has noted a handful of recent run-ins men have reported having with female assailants. In July a man said a woman trying to “feel on” him at his apartment stole $500 from him when he dozed off. The same month, a man said a woman in Macon’s Unionville neighborhood cut him when he turned down her offer of a sex act in exchange for cash.