Thursday, February 13, 2020

Man r.a.p.e.s 14-year old boy after meeting on dating app

A married father-of-three r.a.p.e.d a 14-year-old boy he met on dating app Grindr, before 'paying him' £20 and a cigarette.

Twisted Adnan Aslam lured the boy to a business park in East Lancashire after sending him n.a.k.e.d pictures.

Aslam, 34, said there would be "cash for favours" before attacking him in the back of his car, Burnley Crown Court heard.

Charles Brown, prosecuting, said Aslam first got in touch with the victim last November via Grindr - a social networking app for gay, bi, trans, and queer people.

During the chat, Aslam's language became sexualised and he eventually sent the victim a n3ked picture on the social networking app Snapchat.

He then arranged to meet the youngster that evening for s.e.x.

Aslam picked up the boy and drove to the business park where he stripped the teen and had unprotected s.e.x with him.

After 10 minutes, the boy asked Aslam to stop, but he refused and continued to have s.e.x with the victim.

Aslam said he would give the boy more money next time they met.

The boy then returned home and disclosed what had happened to his mother, reports the Lancashire Telegraph.

Mr Brown said: "After the intercourse had finished, the defendant gave him £20, a cigarette and indicated he would supply him with more money when next they meet.

"The victim returned home and disclosed what had happened to his mother. He was extremely distressed during the course of the night, asking her to arrange that he should have a HIV test."

The boy disclosed the full extent of what had happened in a Facebook message to his mother the next morning before the attack was reported to the police.

Aslam admitted to contacting the boy on Grindr and said he knew the victim was underage.

He pleaded guilty to r3ping the boy and was jailed for four-and-a-half years and made to sign the s.e.x. offender's register for life.

Defending, Ahmed Nadim said Aslam, who moved to the UK from Pakistan 10 years ago, wanted the boy to know the blame was completely on him.

Mr Nadim said: "Unlike many cases that come before those courts where the offenders have little or no understanding of the damage that has been inflicted on a victim, this defendant is of a rare type.

"He has a complete understanding of the damage that he has inflicted on his victim."

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