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Man charged after switching lube with acid in Sydney gay sex club

Joseph McCormick August 28, 2016

A man who filled a lubricant dispenser in a gay and bi sex club has been charged by police.

The 62-year-old man was arrested and charged after tampering with a lube dispenser, replacing its contents with hydrochloric acid.

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As this was not the first time someone had tampered with such items, the room had been fitted with sensor alarms, according to police.

“Police will allege an alarm sounded and security detained the man before police from Rosehill Local Area Command attended,” police said.

The incident took place at the Aarows clyb i Bridge Street, Sydney.

It is thought that nobody was injured after the lube was swapped with the acid, which is corrosive to human eyes and skin.

The 62-year-old, who was a customer at the club, was charged with administering poison intended to injure or cause distress or pain, as well as entering a building with intent to commit and indictable offence, malicious damage and driving while suspended.

He has been granted condition bail and will appear in court on 20 September.

Earlier this week a man in the US who poured boiling water on a gay couple as they slept was sentenced to 40 year in prison.

“Get out of my house with all that gay,” Martin Blackwell told the couple as he threw the water.

Back in 2014, a man who sprayed bleach in the faces of punters outside a London gay club was sentenced to two-and-a-half-years in prison.

More: acid, Australia, Australia, hydrochloric acid, Lube, sex club

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