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NSFW A 22-year-old Swedish woman has been found guilty of "assault and sexual harassment" for tucking into a stranger's penis after he declined her offer of a swift BJ, The Local reports

The incident took place in March at a fast food outlet in Falköping. The unnamed assailant "approached the man and asked him several times if he would like her to perform oral sex on him". He turned down her kind offer, then "kept trying to reason with her as he turned his body away from her advances".

Evidently desperate for some fast food, she quickly "pulled his trousers down and sank her teeth into one side of his penis" and "scratched him in the face" for good measure.

The woman admitted to Skaraborg District Court she'd been "very much under the influence of alcohol and did not remember having set foot in the fast food restaurant". The court said the credibility of the victim's story was supported by the fact it was so unusual the judges "did not believe he had made it up". He also had a witness, snaps of the wounded member and a doctor's note confirming the injuries.

The assailant was slapped with a suspended sentence, fined 80 days' wages and ordered to pay her attempted lunch 11,600 kronor (£895) in damages. ®

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