A Domino’s worker – Jitender Kumar, 38 from Upton Park, has been spared jail after paedophile hunters caught him trying to lure a girl “child” using pictures of a woman performing a sex act with a snake. Kumar sent inappropriate photos via Whatsapp to a girl he believed was 13 years, pictures of a snake with a condom over its head as a woman inserted it into herself.
Domino’s pizza worker caught sending pictures of a woman having sex with a snake wearing condom to a “child”
Apparently he believed that he was chatting with a 13 years old girl called Molly, but it was actually members of Stolen Youth No More.
It was reported that he asked the girl if she had a boyfriend and sent her a picture of a bedroom with a teddy on a bed telling her to go to Paddington or Euston. Six months later he contacted the girl again, this time with a picture of his face. He was tracked to his place of work and taken to Brixton police station.
Though he claimed that he thought his friends had been playing a prank on him and he sent the picture of a woman with the snake to test them, he eventually pleaded guilty to three chargest; attempting to meet a child under 16 following grooming, sexual communication with a child, and possession of an extreme porn image. He was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment, suspended for 24 months, a 60 day Rehab Activity Requirement, 100 hours of unpaid work, and a five year sexual harm prevention order.
In mitigation, Jonathan Underhill, told Snaresbrook Crown Court:
“This is a man still coming to terms with the desires he suffers from.
He has lost his good character in the worst possible way. He has completed an online course to help those who suffer from it. He has sought help independently.”
Judge Neil Sanders told Kumar:
“You are 38 years old with no previous convictions. As far as you were concerned it is quite clear that you thought that (the girl) was 13 years old.
There were quite clear requests by you to meet up. The obvious suggestion is that that should result in sexual intercourse between you. ‘Bearing in mind that there was no meeting, there was no child, and the meeting could not have taken place.”