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The Man Who Attempted To Have Sex With A GSX-R In Public Is Spared Jail

It looks like the guy caught having sex with a Suzuki GSX-R600 was just having a bad day.

Remember the guy who tried to have sex with a Suzuki GSX-R600 in public? He’s been to court, and it looks like getting it on with a motorcycle in public doesn’t warrant jail time in the UK. If you’re overly attached to your motorcycle and need to consummate the relationship, ship it over to the UK and do the deed, because you’re not going to face jail time…just a hefty fine and a bit of compensation to those involved. Obviously, we recommend not doing any of this, regardless of how you feel.

No Jail Time For Suzuki GSX-R600 Molester

Suzuki GSX-R600 Mechanophilia

Yes, it seems like Kevin Chapman, a 33 year old from Kent, England, managed to get off lightly after being caught with his trousers down in public, grinding on a defenseless Suzuki GSX-R600. It was an eventful day for Chapman, who started his antics after chugging two liters of cider, a cocktail of tablets, and getting into a fight with a group of homeless people. After the fight, Chapman decided to kick over the GSX-R600, punch it, kick it, stamp on it, and then urinate on it…before removing his trousers and performing a sex act on the hapless motorcycle…which didn’t even belong to him.

Suzuki GSX-R600 Sex

At first, Chapman denied responsibility for the allegations, claiming that he was pushed by the homeless people and simply fell onto the bike – which is a similar defense used in the classic “I slipped in the shower and landed on a shampoo bottle” scenario. Unfortunately for Chapman, the whole event was caught on CCTV and was filmed by members of the public. After viewing the footage, Chapman accepted responsibility and felt ashamed of his actions.

Suzuki GSX-R600 Love

Naturally, there’s more to the story. In the run up to the incident, Chapman also made threatening phone calls to his ex, using an Indian-sounding accent, and ripped the mirrors of a parked car. It seems that the defendant had been dealing with some issues, and the judge decided to show leniency. Chapman’s sentence included paying damaged to the owner of the Suzuki GSX-R600 to the tune of £250, £680 in compensation to the homeless victims, and fulfill a 12 month community order for alcohol treatment.

So, if you’re returning from a fantastic ride on your motorcycle and feel like taking things to the next level…think again. And if you feel like getting friendly with someone else’s motorcycle…well, that’s just asking for trouble…

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Joe Appleton
About Joe Appleton

I’ve done a bit of work here and there in the industry – I’ve even ridden a few bikes for actual money but what it comes down to is this: I ride bikes, build bikes and occasionally crash ‘em too. I like what I like but that certainly doesn’t make my opinion any more valid than yours…