Hired sex fetishists sporting machetes break into wrong client’s house

Two Australian men sporting machetes were arrested after breaking into a client's home to fulfill a sexual fantasy.
Two Australian men sporting machetes were arrested after breaking into a client's home to fulfill a sexual fantasy.(ShutterStock)
Turns out this doomed sex plot had a couple of kinks.
Two men hired on Facebook by a john in Australia to perform a sexual act were busted in July 2019 after entering the wrong house, reported BBC News.
The unidentified sex seeker, who was willing to pay up to $3,300 if the act was “really good,” sought the men to break into his home, tie him up in his underwear and then arouse his manhood with a broom.
The event would have gone off without a hitch except for one minor snag — the client had moved without telling his hired help.
The client, who lived in New South Wales, moved to a new home 30 miles away and forgot to update his new address with his sex buds.
So, the fellows, sporting machetes, “broke into” the home that was occupied by someone else.
When the new resident noticed a light on in his kitchen during the early morning, he assumed it was a friend who had come by to make coffee. But when the two sex guys called out their client’s name, the guy turned on the lights to reveal the dudes brandishing the knives over his bed.
Aghast by their boner, one of the sex guys reportedly blurted, “Sorry, mate,” before shaking the man’s hand and zooming away.
One of the unnamed suspects was recently acquitted of entering a home armed with a weapon, according to Australian news reports.
“It was a commercial agreement to tie up and stroke a semi-naked man in his underpants with a broom,” said the suspect’s lawyer, Terrence Leroy. “Entry was not with intent to intimidate.”
Although the judge conceded the case was unusual, he found the man’s actions unintentional.
“They carried the machetes either as a prop or something to use in that fantasy,” said the jurist. “The fantasy was unscripted and there was discretion as to how it would be carried out.”
Before their arrests, the two men did drive to the client’s correct address, where he noticed one of his hired guys had a “great big knife in his pants," according to reports
The client then cooked breakfast before cops arrived to arrest the pair.

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