Man Hires Prostitute for His Son
Posted by shadmia on May 16, 2009
A 42-year-old man, a native of Poland, living in Britain, decided it was time for his 14-year-old virgin son to have sex. So he took him out to look for a prostitute. He was arrested during an undercover operation by the city’s vice squad. His case was heard before Nottingham Crown Court Judge Jonathan Teare.
According to Prosecutor Adrian Harris, the man drove his son around the red light district of Nottingham looking for a suitable candidate. They eventually found someone:
“The boy said that they had driven past the girl and his dad pointed to her and said ‘will she do?”‘ Harris said. “He said ‘yes’ and they had turned round.
Little did they know at the time that they had picked out an undercover police officer named “Sarah“. The man pulled up to “Sarah” and asked her how much it would cost for her to have sex with his son. They settled on a price of $30. That was when plainclothes police officers moved in and arrested him.
In court Judge Jonathan Teare was told the unidentified man who lives in Bulwell, Nottingham, had come to Britain 8 years ago with his son after his wife had died. He re-married but his second wife suffers from schizophrenia. The son told the court that his Dad was trying to “take care of him” because he was still a virgin.
Judge Jonathan Teare said he would spare the father jail because of his excellent character and that he believed he did not mean any harm to his son.
“What you were doing that night was to expose your 14-year-old son to a prostitute because you didn’t know she was a police officer.
“You have a duty of care to your son and that is to look after his moral welfare not, as you might think, to break him into the ways of sex through a prostitute.”
The man’s lawyer, Matthew Smith, said:
“There is a thorough sense of shame the defendant feels. “It’s completely at odds with every other part of his character.”
The judge gave the man a 10-month prison sentence, suspended for a year and placed him on the sex offenders register for five years.