COURT TOLD OF TEEN PUPIL’S SEX WITH HIS TEACHER IN PLANE TOILET
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.