In a bizarre twist of events of a sexual fantasy gone wrong, two men hired for a kinky roleplay broke into a wrong house in New South Wales, Australia, before quickly realizing their mistake.
A customer reportedly had hired the two men as a part of a sexual fetish of being tied up in his underwear and being pleasured with a broom.
The arrangement was discussed over Facebook and the client was allegedly willing to pay $5,000 ASD if the service was ‘really good’ according to the authorities.
The only problem was they had the wrong address. The client had failed to notify the two men with his new address.
The two men unwittingly entered a home on the original address, traumatizing an innocent man.
After noticing a light illuminating from his kitchen at around 6 am, the homeowner assumed it was a friend, who came by daily to make his coffee.
He didn’t care until the intruders called out the name of their client. It was then, the homeowner realized someone was in his house.
He was terrified to discover the invaders next to his bed holding machetes.
Immediately realizing the way of their error, one of the pair said, “Sorry, mate”, and shook the horrified homeowner’s hand.
Assuming the situation had been resolved, the pair then drove to the correct address to complete their roleplaying agreement. But the shocked homeowner ended calling the police.
When they arrived at the correct address, the client cooked eggs, bacon, and noodles for everyone. The client mistook the “great big knife” in one of the men’s trouser as to being overly excited. Upon realizing it was a machete, he instructed them to leave the machete in the car.
The police were able to trace them to the property, find the machetes, and detained the pair — leading to one of the most unusual and weird cases in Australia.
According to the reports by the Australian media, the incident occurred on July 14 last year.
“The facts of the case are unusual,” the court judge said. “They carried the machetes as either 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.” The judge then ruled that the invading pairs had no intention of any crime when they entered the house and were therefore not guilty.
The judge said, “They were polite and respectful”. He also noted that the two men handled the situation relatively well despite the awkward incident.
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