world : Condom-removing man jailed for 'stealthing'

world : Condom-removing man jailed for 'stealthing'
world : Condom-removing man jailed for 'stealthing'

Thursday 13 June 2024 10:32 PM

Nafeza 2 world - According to the the Sexual Offences Act 2003, someone did not consent to sex if the other person tricked them about the "nature" of the sex, which is what exactly it was going to involve.

This is known in law as '"conditional consent".

Although the Act does not specifically mention lying about putting on a condom or non-consensual condom removal, a man who carried out stealthing was convicted of rape in 2019.

This case confirmed that conditional consent applied in such cases and that it was therefore rape under English and Welsh law.

Mukendi was found guilty of rape on 2 April 2024 and sentenced on Thursday to four years and three months' imprisonment.

The victim has been granted a restraining order for five years.

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