Man who sexually assault woman blame victim’s dressing
A man found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman on the street in Ireland defended himself by saying that it’s not his fault and the woman should have covered up her body.
According to the details, Richard Duncan was arrested in February 2017 after he sexually assault a woman who left a night club in Dublin, Ireland.
The victim was a medical student in her twenties, had earlier been cat-called by Duncan and was too frightened to confront him.
The culprit told the police “It’s her own fault, she had nothing on. Not my fault, she didn’t complain. I’m tall and handsome, women are chasing me. She should have covered up.”
The judge at Dublin District Court granted Duncan bail and adjourned sentencing until next year.
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