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Pair hired for man’s sexual broom fantasy went to the wrong house with machetes

Pair hired for man’s sexual broom fantasy went to the wrong house with machetes

Man with a machete.

Two men snuck into a bedroom with machetes to fulfill a stranger’s sexual fantasy of being stroked with a broom – only to discover they were at the wrong address.

The men from Sydney, Australia apologized to the startled victim and left as soon as they realized their mistake.

One of them, Terrence Leroy, has now been acquitted of entering a home armed with a weapon in July 2019.

Court documents reveal the man ‘wanted a broom handle to be rubbed around his underwear’.

The documents add: ‘He was willing to pay $5,000 if it was “really good”.’

Meanwhile police say the client had a ‘history and proclivity for engaging the services of people’.

The client, who lives near Griffith in western New South Wales, made the arrangements for the role play via Facebook and sent his address.

However he later updated it after moving house more than 30 miles away.

No, I’m not Kevin

The resident of the home where the men showed up noticed a light on in his kitchen at around 6.15am.

He assumed it was a friend who visits daily to make coffee.

And he said he called out: ‘Bugger off, it’s too early.’

One of the duo asked him: ‘Is your name Kevin?’

So he turned his light on and saw two strangers standing next to his bed. Both were holding machetes.

The men repeatedly asked him if he was ‘Kevin’ and he said ‘no’.

When they realized their mistake one said ‘sorry mate’ while shaking his hand and the other said ‘bye’. The pair then left the house.

At that point, the resident called the police.

Is that a ‘great big knife’ in your trousers?

Shortly afterwards, their intended customer called the pair to check where they were – giving them his correct address.

When they arrived at his home, the client noticed one had a ‘great big knife’ in his trousers. He told the men not to bring weapons inside and they left them in their car.

On Leroy’s request, their host began cooking bacon, eggs and noodles. But Leroy ‘fell asleep on the couch’.

Police arrived around an hour later and arrested both Leroy and the other man.

But a New South Wales Court has now acquitted him after the hearing Leroy had not intended to intimidate.

Leroy’s lawyer 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.’

Indeed Judge Sean Grant conceded ‘the facts of the case are unusual’ and that the men’s actions were not intentional.

Moreover, the judge said: ‘They carried the machetes either as a prop or something to use in that fantasy.

‘The fantasy was unscripted and there was discretion as to how it would be carried out.’