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Man tried to have sex with drinks trolley

By Rarken  |  Posted: January 08, 2014

By Paul Turner / paul.turner@swwmedia.co.uk / @readmybook

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A typical drinks trolley. Andrew avidson was accused of having sex with one

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DRINKS trolleys are not renowned for being great seducers, but that didn’t stop Andrew Davidson from trying to have sex with one.

But he was arrested and was later found to have taken a cocktail of legal highs and alcohol.

A court heard how Davidson, 25, of West Hemming Street, Letham, Angus, was seen being amorous with the trolley while shouting: “I want to kiss you, I want to f*** you”.

He had already placed his hands on a female passenger and attempted to kiss a member of staff.

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He was also said to have fallen on his face and begun rubbing his chest, sticking his tongue out and yelling about what he wanted to do to his boyfriend.

One crew member ran off the train at the next stop as she was so upset by Davidson’s behaviour.

The incident happened on a Friday afternoon in July on the ScotRail service from Aberdeen to Glasgow.

At an earlier court hearing in November, the defendant admitted causing fear and alarm, as well as behaving in a threatening or abusive manner.

In his latest hearing at Perth Sheriff Court, Davidson, from Angus, was placed on community payback and ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.

The sexual element of the case was not said to warrant him being placed on the sex offenders’ register though.

His solicitor said in mitigation that he had no recollection of what happened on the train at all but accepted he had behaved in the manner described.

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  • Neathboy234  |  January 09 2014, 7:21PM

    Whatever takes your fancy, personally i find shopping trolleys far more attractive

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