Sex attacker with no penis tricked women during sex by using object
A sex attacker with no penis and always in the habit of tricking women during sex by using an unknown object while the lights were out, has been placed on the sex offenders register.
Carlos Delacruz, 35, was in a relationship with two women when he pretended to have sex with them by using an unknown instrument instead of his member.
Both victims complained of experiencing ‘extreme pain’ during intercourse with DeLacruz and were forced to stop, and both suffered from thrush afterwards.
Delacruz, from Banknock, near Falkirk, refused to allow the women to see him naked and always performed in bed with the lights out.
Edinburgh Sheriff Court was told both women, who cannot be named due to legal reasons, were left shocked after they subsequently discovered Delacruz did not have a penis and had been using an unknown object to enter them.
Delacruz admitted to penetrating both women with an unknown object without their consent when he appeared at the city court on Tuesday.
Fiscal depute Kirsten Cockburn told the court Delacruz had been in a relationship with both women at separate times between May 27, 2013, and May 14 last year.
The 2nd victim suffered ‘extreme pain from penetration’ during lovemaking and on the first occasion had to tell Delacruz to stop as she was bleeding.
Sheriff Alison Stirling placed Delacruz on the sex offenders register for a term still to be determined and deferred sentence to September.