Sunderland man tricked into crime by burrowing Rampant Rabbit
Sunderland magistrates’ court calls David Hutchinson, 48. So. Why ddi he have an unpaid for £35 Rampant Rabbit marital aide device in his pocket he left the Ann Summers store?
Prosecutor Lee Poppett puts it to him:
“This matter of theft dates back to February 9. On that occasion Mr Hutchinson attended Ann Summers…He paid for a number of items legitimately and left the store. It was later in the day that staff discovered a Rampant Rabbit sexual vibrator missing from its shelf.”
“He told police he picked up the display model of the vibrator and placed it in his pocket, because he noticed there was a hole in the box the item manoeuvred itself into the lining of his jacket.”
Rabbits are built for burrowing. They should also not be trusted around top hats, in which they can hide with remarkable ease.
The court has heard enough. Mr Hutchinson is fined £73, £85 costs, a £20 victim surcharge and £35 in compensation for the Rabbit.
The box he can keep…