Lolicon Gets Off with Free Viagra

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A lolicon who for 30 years has had his way with innumerable children is receiving free Viagra in order to cure his impotence, courtesy of taxpayers, in spite of recently having avoided a prison sentence for fondling an 11-year-old-girl as he only poses a “relatively modest” risk of initiating further attacks.

The 71-year-old lolicon, a resident of Peterborough in the UK, apparently started his career of loli sex in 1978, when he had sex with a 15-year-old babysitter. His latest conquest took the form of an 11-year-old girl, whom he fondled after employing to clean his abode.

He was soon arrested and charged, but the judge opted to spare him from prison after his defence argued he “wouldn’t be able to cope,” with the judge conceding “reluctantly” that he could be let off with a ban from further contact with children and ordered to attend classes designed to teach him not to sexually assault people.

However, in spite of his record of sexual offences, his advanced age, and his present offence, he continues to be prescribed “anti-impotence” aphrodisiac Viagra, all at taxpayer expense on the National Health Service, with the judge drily noting “You appear to persist in applying for the sexually stimulating drug Viagra and you continue to be prescribed it.”

He describes his “great hesitation” at letting the lolicon go free.

Local moralists are outraged:

“’I am shocked that someone has been given a chemical aid to sexual activity when they are misdirecting their urges. It gives them a chance to abuse more children.

It does seem very, very surprising that someone with that kind of tendency is given medication that enhances rather than dampens it”

Despite this, police and the NHS are powerless to intervene, as doctor-patient confidentiality ensures his doctor’s prescription cannot be interfered with, and he is under no obligation to inform the doctor of his proclivities himself. Even were he to do so, the law forbids the doctor from considering criminal convictions in his prescriptions.

Via the Telegraph.

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