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Jungle Jane pump-and-dumper claims 'pretty healthy' sex life

It was the drugs that made me do it

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The 24-year-old Cairns man who twice broke into a sex shop, shagged "Jungle Jane" inflatable dolls and then dumped them in an alleyway has claimed his sex life (with real women) is "pretty healthy".

Adam Troy Rosberg, 24, who was yesterday handed 15 months' probabation by Cairns Magistrates' Court for his sexploits, told the Cairns Post: "I have a girlfriend and our sex life is pretty good, pretty healthy."

He continued: "She knows me and knows I'm a just a normal person and that this is something I wouldn't normally do. But I had quite a few drugs that day: hallucinogens, amphetamines. I was at a mate's birthday celebration. Ever since this I haven't touched a single thing."

Rosberg lamented to the paper that the whole sorry affair had cost him dear and he "could not get a job, rent a room or even walk down the street without being abused".

He explained: "I have people throwing things at me from their cars; burgers, chips, cans of drink. They call me a f…ing faggot, a poofter, a sicko. Before all this I was just a normal sane bloke."

As well as copping probabtion, Rosberg was ordered to pay the sex shop AU$100 "for damage to walls and locks" and to return the AU$520 he'd stolen from a neighbouring bar during his drug-fuelled escapades.

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For the record, Rosberg insisted his intimate relationship with his girlfriend did not involve inflatable companions. Oh yes - thanks to Steve Harvey for the tip-off.

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