We each have our own fantasy’s when it comes to sexual liaisons.
But if you have ever become turned on at the idea of someone breaking into your house armed with machetes, then it would appear that you are not alone (if you live in Australia).
One such male hired two men to break into his house, armed with machetes, so that they could then tie him up. Once tied up, then the plan was for the two masked men to stroke the ‘victim’ with a broom.
By this stage, you might think that this article is ‘fake news’ but, alas, my friends, it is not. I will add the link to the original article at the bottom of this page.
Anyway, back to the bizarre story…
So, according to the client’s wishes, the two masked men broke into what they thought was the correct address. And, to be fair, it was the address which they had been given by the ‘client’.
But it turned out that their ‘intelligence’ was not up-to-date, as they ended up breaking into the ‘wrong’ house.
Can you just imagine being the unfortunate victim of this sexual-fantasy-gone-wrong?
One minute you are sat watching repeats of ‘Neighbours’, eating your Vegemite sandwiches, the next minute you are being tied up by two machete-wielding masked men who want to tickle you with a frigging broom!
The two masked bandits ended up getting arrested after the genuine victim managed to call for help.
The peculiar role-play had been arranged via social media. The male ‘client’ who wanted to be tickled by the two masked men lives near Griffith, New South Wales.
He provided his address to the two men who were to break in with machetes, but he forgot to tell them about the fact that he was due imminently to move house.
So technically, the masked men had got the ‘right’ address – but just the wrong time.
A lawyer for Terrence Leroy, one of the accused, said:
“It was a commercial agreement to tie up and stroke a semi-naked man in his underpants with a broom. Entry was not with intent to intimidate.”
When the two males realised their error, it is reported that they shook the victim’s hand and apologised for the misunderstanding before leaving to track down their punter.
The judge who was presiding over the case managed to look at the sequence of bizarre events with a broad and open mind.
“They carried the machetes either as a prop or something to use in that fantasy,” he said. “The fantasy was unscripted, and there was discretion as to how it would be carried out.”
The judge ruled that evidence did not suggest the men’s actions were intentional.
After the two men left the victims house, they made contact with the client and promptly made their way to his new address.
But the ‘client’ himself was not entirely happy with the weapons which they were ‘packing’, and so he asked them to leave the weapons in their car.
One the ‘act’ had been completed, the happy client cooked the masked duo some noodles, eggs and bacon before they sat around and had a chat about the encounter.
But the real victim in all of this had already called the cops and the police ended up intercepting the duo at the client’s address.
There are some stories which you really could not make up. And this is one of them.