Women Tortured A Man By Burning Hair Tongs And Cigarette Lighter On To His Genitals When They Found Out He Dated Three People At Once…

Natalie Lilley
Natalie Lilley

In a Reservoir Dogs’ style, 3 women helped by a man corned another man in a flat—and used burning hair tongs as well as cigarette lighter on his genitals for dating 3 women at the same time…

Surely it’s not a legal crime to date 3 women at the same time—but some find it morally wrong and even if so, torturing a man like this shouldn’t be the punishment.

According to MailOnline, “Lorraine Earles, 47, Natalie Lilley, 19, Leah White, 22, along with male defendant Brendan Teale, 27, had plotted revenge on the victim for allegedly seeing several women at a time and lured him to a flat in Scarborough before strapping him to a chair.

The three women and one man then carried out a prolonged attack on the victim, who was also forced to drink liquid wash before having the hot curling tongs pressed to his genitals.York Crown Court heard one of his tormentors also burnt him with a cigarette lighter as the others laughed and giggled.

During the torture he also had a pizza cutter pressed to his cheek and was punched, kicked and slapped repeatedly.

The court heard Earles bit the man’s ear, pushed his head down to his knees and used a cigarette lighter to burn the back of his neck, before threatening to suffocate him as she put a scarf around his mouth.

She then ordered White to burn his genitals with hair curling tongs before pulling the chair back, causing him to fall backwards onto the floor.”

Though men need to treat women right, it’s inhumane to treat a man so for dating many women at a time.

For their punishment in court,  the website reports that “Earles, of Scarborough, was spared a jail sentence because she had spent five months on remand and was ‘clearly a troubled woman with a history of psychological difficulties’. She was given a two-year community order with supervision, ordered to attend the Women’s Community Project in Scarborough for a 20-day course, and made to pay a £60 victim surcharge.

Teale, of Malton, was jailed for 12 months for actual bodily harm, burglary and the handling offence.

Lilley, of Scarborough, was given a two-year community order with supervision and 100 hours’ unpaid work.White was also given a two-year community punishment and ordered to take part in a 16-day course at the Women’s Community Project.”


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