Two Men Hired To Carry Out A Kinky Fantasy Accidentally Showed Up To The Wrong House With Their Machetes

Picture this: you're all warm and cozy in bed after a long, miserable day. Your eyelids are heavy and you know that any second now sleep is going to carry you straight into bliss. 

Except, all of a sudden you hear a voice through the roar of your sleep apnoea mask asking you who are. You hope that maybe you're already dreaming, but you know you're not, so you reach over to turn on the lamp and...

TWO MEN WITH MACHETES ARE STANDING NEXT TO YOUR BED! Are they here to kill you? Is that why they were asking who you are - so they could know the name of the man whose life they're about to end? You blurt out your name, wondering if they will be the last words you'll ever utter. 

But what happens next no one could have imagined.
(credit: The Guardian)

They started to leave after he told them his name – which was not that of the intended client.

One man apologised, saying “Sorry mate” and shook the resident’s hand, while the other said “Bye” before they drove off. 

Client? A handshake? An apology? Who are these men and what the hell just happened? 

Two men hired to carry out a stranger’s sexual fantasy of being tied up while clad in his underpants went to the wrong rural NSW address with machetes, but politely left after realising their mistake.

Ah yes, a classic case of "whoops, you're not the person I was hired to tie up and terrify so they could get off." 

Lol, this poor man nearly shit himself because a couple of Gigolos don't know how to read! Well, you better believe he picked up the phone, called the cops, and told them all about the men and their machetes. The cops then embarked on a mission of machete justice that would end at the house of the real sexual deviant. 

According to statements tendered at the brief judge-alone trial, a man living in western NSW near Griffith wanted to be tied up and have a broom handle rubbed around his underwear.

When the men and their driver arrived at the correct address, the would-be customer noticed one had a “great big knife” in his pants which he put in the car after being told not to bring it inside.

They had coffee and the client made bacon, eggs and noodles before Leroy fell asleep on the couch.

Police turned up soon after and found the machetes in the car.

Now, I'm not too familiar with this sort of business exchange, but I must say, I'm quite impressed with this "customer." He hired these men to rub a broom handle (that's too specific to not have some sort of deeply rooted meaning to this man) on his undies… and he still didn't hit it and quit it?!! I would think one would hire these men so they didn't have to make bacon and eggs after the deed.

“He was willing to pay $5,000 if it was ‘really good’,” the judge said.

$5000! Damn, that must have been some broom handle! It was soooo good the money didn't seem like enough so he threw in the eggs as a bonus. And if that wasn't enough, he later testified for one of his pleasure givers who was charged for scaring the shit out of sleep apnea mask man. 

One of the Sydney men, Terrence Leroy, has now been found not guilty in the NSW district court of entering the home in July 2019 intending to intimidate while armed with an offensive weapon.

“They carried the machetes either as a prop or something to use in that fantasy,” the judge said. “The fantasy was unscripted and there was discretion as to how it would be carried out.”

We could all be so lucky to encounter a real gentleman like this pervert in our business transactions. 

Chivalry is not dead, folks.