Doncaster man, 71, condemned in ‘revenge porn’ case

Sheffield Crown Court

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Rikki Chew pleaded guilty to dual offences of disclosing a private print with vigilant to means trouble and a assign of harassment

A 71-year-old male who common insinuate photos of his happy partner when he attempted to finish their attribute has been given a dangling sentence.

Retired casino manager Rikki Chew showed a cinema to a man’s mother of 52 years and to a friend.

Judge David Dixon pronounced his actions were “cruel, nonessential and designed to embarrass”.

Chew, of Chequer Road, Doncaster, certified dual “revenge porn” offences and a assign of harassment.

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Sheffield Crown Court listened Chew and a complainant, who can't be named for authorised reasons, had begun a attribute in May 2016 and changed in together after a plant had left his wife.

When a complainant pronounced he wanted to go behind to his mother Chew threatened to uncover her a photos and his partner concluded to stay.

‘Motivated by spite’

However, in December, when his partner walked out Chew followed him by Doncaster city centre and showed a photos to a cab driver.

On 1 January, he posted one of a photos by a complainant’s doorway in an pouch addressed to his wife.

Prosecutor Gurdial Singh said: “The suspect was positively encouraged out of spite.”

After Chew certified dual offences of disclosing a private print with vigilant to means distress, he was condemned to 10 months in jail, dangling for dual years. He was also systematic to compensate £300 in remuneration and £1,200 towards a cost of a prosecution.

Judge David Dixon said: “Those photos were insinuate and they were private and had no reason to be emitted to anybody.

“To uncover those photos was cruel, nonessential and designed to confuse a complainant and we did it for a reason, to get him to come behind to you.

“The impact on his mother contingency have been substantial and we should be entirely ashamed of a harm and trouble we caused her and for a annoyance we caused to a male we pronounced we loved.”

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