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The boy told po­lice: “She had been drink­ing and I was drink­ing some more. She touched me on the arm and I am a lit­tle bit shocked and I touched her back.

“From there, she kissed me on the cheek and then kissed me prop­erly on the lips and I kissed her back and went on from there.

“There was a lot of body touch­ing and stuff like that. She went to the toi­let and from there she called me in.

“I walked in, closed the door and locked the door.”

The boy told po­lice they had sex, start­ing with oral sex.

“It was mak­ing a lot of noise be­cause we were bang­ing against the door,” he said.

“I ex­pressed my wor­ries at this point about a po­ten­tial preg­nancy and she said ‘You don’t have to worry, I’m on the in­jec­tion’.”

The po­lice asked the boy how he felt about what al­legedly hap­pened on the plane.

“Good, very shocked,” he replied. “I didn’t re­ally be­lieve what was go­ing on – that I had sex with a teacher.

“I was very con­fused and very ex­cited – very over­whelmed I guess.”

The boy told po­lice that Wil­son later told him she was preg­nant.

“She said she was scared and didn’t know what to do. We talked about an abor­tion.

“She told me she had to go for a con­sul­ta­tion. She was very up­set about it.”

But his claims were dis­missed in court as “fan­tasy”.

The pupil was ac­cused of mak­ing up the en­counter be­cause he was “in­fat­u­ated” with the physics teacher.

De­fence bar­ris­ter Anna Mid­g­ley said it was not phys­i­cally pos­si­ble to per­form the al­leged sex acts within the con­fines of the toi­let.

She said: “She didn’t kiss you on the lips and you didn’t touch her breasts.

“The hand down boxer shorts and full kiss­ing on lips that you say hap­pened out­side the toi­lets did not hap­pen.

“Th­ese toi­lets are not big enough for an adult to kneel in front of an­other.

“It’s just not true, is it? You fan­ta­sised and boasted to your friends and that got out.

“Your par­ents started ques­tion­ing you, as did the school.

“At that point, you couldn’t say ‘None of this is true’.”

The boy, from be­hind a screen, replied: “That is in­cor­rect.”

Wil­son de­nies four counts of sex­ual ac­tiv­ity with a child un­der 18 while in a po­si­tion of trust.

The trial con­tin­ues.

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