After Secretly Punching Holes Into Condoms Before Sex, The British Man Gets Prison Time

After Secretly Punching Holes Into Condoms Before Sex, The British Man Gets Prison Time

Since punching holes in condoms and violating the modesty of his partner, a British man has been sentenced to four years in prison. Andrew Lewis, 47, was caught by his partner when she discovered a pin in her drawer alongside the condoms.

After he poked a hole in a condom before intercourse, a British man was sentenced to four years behind bars, an act that his accuser, according to court records, branded as 'pure evil'.

According to the Worcester Press, after his girlfriend found a pin along with condoms in a bedside drawer and an extra broken condom in the garbage, Andrew Lewis' consent breach was discovered.

Here, the British Crown Prosecution Service describes the complexities of conditional consent.

"He told police he had hoped the condom would split and it would improve the intimacy," prosecutor Glyn Samuel said at Friday's sentencing of the 47-year-old at Worcester Crown Court.


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"He said it was the stupidest thing he has ever done. In piercing the condom beforehand there was a degree of planning involved."

Lewis claimed that by messing with the condom, he has no intention of impregnating his partner, who remains unknown, but added that he wished that his defence counsel, Lynette McClement, would "change her mind" on the use of contraception.

McClement said: "She had every right to choose her form of contraception. He had hoped it would tear, and as a result, she would change her mind. It is an unusual case."

The judge said the 47-year-old was lucky not to be pregnant by his partner.


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McClement said the train driver had always been a man of decent faith and that in police interviews regarding the crime, he confessed his remorse from the offset.

The paper announced that after admitting to rape, he was given a four-year jail sentence in July.

Judge Nicholas Cole characterized his actions as a "breach of trust" as sex was only consented to if a condom was used.

"The offense of rape is so serious, a custodial sentence is appropriate," Cole told Lewis, according to the report.

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H/t : Worcester News

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