Men Hired for Sexual Fantasy Break Into Wrong House | 22 Words

Two men who were hired to break into a house to fulfill a sexual fantasy involving a broomstick experienced a colossal blunder when they broke into the wrong house. 

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In July last year, two men experienced the mother of all cock-ups.

You may think that you've made some pretty grave mistakes in your time... But, trust me, none of them will be as bad as this one.

The men, from New South Wales, Australia, had been hired to fulfill someone's ultimate sexual fantasy...

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And they messed it up in the most spectacular of ways.

The pair had been paid $5,000 Australian dollars to carry out this fantasy...

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That's around $3,300 in U.S dollars.

And their instructions were simple.

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Their client had specified that he had wanted them to break into his house in the early hours.

There, a roleplay would commence.

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The "burglars" had been instructed by their client that, once they had broken into his property, that they were to proceed up to his bedroom as he slept... Or waited in excitement. Who knows?

Then, they would strip him down to his underwear...

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And tie him to his bed.

Then, the really wierd stuff would take place.

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Yes, it gets even more bizarre, trust me.

Once the client was securely tied down on the bed...

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The plan was for the "burglars" to introduce a broomstick into the equation.

Yes, a broomstick.

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As in the thing you use to sweep the floor.

The plan was for the client to then be tickled and stroked with it.

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So, basically, these men had been hired to stage a breaking in, tie the inhabitant up to his own bed, and then to stroke and tickle him with a broom for his own pleasure. Each to their own, I suppose.

And, if pulled off correctly, no one would be hurt and everyone would leave feeling satisfied and fulfilled.

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Well, the issue here is that it wasn't pulled off correctly... In fact, it was quite the opposite.

The client had forgotten to update the men with a crucial bit of information...

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His address.

It turns out that, after moving house recently, the client had forgotten to update his "burglars"...

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So they went ahead with the roleplay as planned, just in his previous address, which now has a new owner.

And, as you can imagine...

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The house's new inhabitant experienced a rather nasty shock.

At around 6 am, the resident noticed that a light had been switched on downstairs...

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But, according to reports, he simply assumed it was a friend who came by daily to make a morning coffee, so he went back to bed.

But then, the men called out the name of their client...

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And when the resident switched on his light and removed his sleeping mask, he saw them both stood over his bed armed with machetes, which were apparently props for the roleplay.

Obviously, the poor man's reaction gave away their mistake straight away...

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And, upon realizing their error, one of the pair simply said, "Sorry, mate", and shook the resident's hand before leaving.

The two men then drove to the correct address...

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Where the client noticed one man had a "great big knife" in his trousers and asked them to leave all weapons in their car.

The client then cooked his "burglars" bacon, eggs, and noodles...

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But the police foiled any brunch plans by turning up, spotting the machetes in the car, and arresting the two men.

One of the men has since been acquitted...

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The judge said that the fantasy was unscripted and that the men had carried the machetes either as props, or to use as part of the fantasy, while the man’s lawyer said it had been a commercial agreement and that they had not entered the house with intent to intimidate. Moral of the story? Always update your address. For more hilariously embarrassing blunders, keep scrolling...