UK man banned from having sex
A man from York in the UK has been banned from having any form of sexual activity with a woman unless he tells police of his plans 24 hours in advance.
The York Magistrates’ Court this week ordered that the man inform the police of his plans to start a sexual relationship or have one-off sexual activity with any woman.
He has also been ordered to control his use of the internet, phone or any device that could allow him to access the internet, and his use of a cellphone to call or text people.
No reasons for the order have been published, but the restrictions are part of an interim sexual risk order that will cease on May 19, when the court will decide whether to make a full order and, if so, for how long.
Under the interim order, if the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, plans to start a sexual relationship of any kind with a woman or to have a one-night stand with a woman, he has to contact North Yorkshire Police.
If he moves to an area outside York’s jurisdiction, he must tell the local police.
According to the UK’s Telegraph, full sexual risk orders last for a minimum of two years and contravention of such an order can lead to a prison sentence of up to five years.
The drastic orders are used when someone has not been convicted of a sexual offence before.
– Staff reporter