Saturday, July 8, 2017

United Kingdom: Convicted sex offender Igor Rusakov, 26, sent woman video showing himself sexually abusing an animal

UNITED KINGDOM -- A convicted sex offender applying to be a topless butler via a dating app sent his prospective employer an explicit video of himself involving an animal.

Igor Rusakov began talking to a woman after matching with her on Tinder, where she revealed she was setting up a topless butler business.

Telford Magistrates Court heard that when he expressed an interest the woman asked him to send her photos.

Rusakov, 26, instead sent her two sexually explicit videos of himself - one of which involved an animal - along with an indecent photograph.

Adam Warner, prosecuting, told the court the woman was 'disgusted' by the videos and found it 'distressing' that an animal had been involved.

The woman, from Shropshire, reported the videos to police who then seized electronic devices from Rusakov's home.

Officers found four indecent videos showing naturist activity with children, a sexually explicit image of a person performing an indecent act with an animal and a recording of a woman having a shower.

Mr Warner told the court Rusakov was seen setting up the recording equipment before a woman was seen to take a shower.

Mr Warner said: 'In a police interview he admitted to all of this but he doesn't show much in the way of remorse or accepting it as unusual behaviour.'

He also told magistrates that the woman said she had never been exposed to such content before and in her opinion Rusakov should be banned from keeping animals.

Rusakov, from Coventry, pleaded guilty to voyeurism, possessing an extreme pornographic image, making indecent videos of children and sending two indecent videos and an indecent image. The offences date back to between 2007 and 2015.

Mr Paul Nicholas, representing Rusakov, said he had not contacted the woman he sent the indecent videos and photograph to for two years, arguing a restraining order was not needed.

He said Rusakov was already registered as a sex offender. Rusakov was given a three-year community order. He will have to complete a sex offender treatment programme and 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days.

Rusakov was also ordered to do 180 hours unpaid work and pay £185 costs and an £85 victim surcharge.

(Daily Mail - July 8, 2017)

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