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Woman Torches Man's Genitals for Being Sex Pest

by VR Sreeraman on August 9, 2009 at 11:34 AM
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 Woman Torches Man's Genitals for Being Sex Pest

A Brit man had his privates torched, while on holiday in Crete, by a woman who accuses him of being a sex pest.

Stuart Feltham, 20, who had to be hospitalised for the burns, allegedly exposed himself to a Greek girl in a bar in Malia on Crete, reports the Sun.


Student Marina Fanouraki, 26, who is accused of dousing Feltham's privates in potent spirit Sambuca before flicking a lighter, igniting the drink, claims he groped her and pestered her for sex.

According to the police, Feltham, of Swindon, Wilts, was rushed to hospital with second-degree burns to his genitals, and the girl is due in court charged with GBH.

Feltham's parents Ian and Pauline have on August 6 denied their son was a sex pest or that his genitals were burnt.

They said he was the victim of an unprovoked attack and was injured "from his neck to his belly button".

Source: ANI
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