A Scottish man with no penis admitted in court earlier this week to penetrating two women with an unknown object.
According to the U.K. Daily Record, Banknock, Scotland resident Carlos Delacruz was placed on a sex offenders registry after admitting guilt to sexually assaulting two women with something other than his penis.
During a court appearance in Edinburgh on Tuesday, Delacruz said he was in relationships with two women, stating he refused to allow them to see him nude and had sex with the lights off.
The news outlet reported both unnamed women complained of “extreme pain” during sex with the man and were eventually forced to stop doing the dirty deeds. Both women stated they suffered from thrush after having sex with Delacruz.
Those in court learned the women were shocked when they learned Delacruz did not have a penis and had used an object to enter their vaginas.
Prosecutor Kirsten Cockburn said the man was in separate relationships with both women between May 2013 and May 2017.
“She believed she was being penetrated by his penis. The accused does not have a penis,” said Cockburn, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.
Cockburn said one of the victims believed Delacruz was self-conscious about his body and always wore a T-shirt during sex.
During one sexual escapade, Cockburn said the man turned around and the victim heard the crinkling sound of a condom wrapper. Delacruz then turned back around and went to penetrate the woman.
But, during intercourse Cockburn said Delacruz “would hold on to the base of the penis with his hand.”
“During their relationship, the woman continued to believe he had a penis,” Cockburn said.
The woman broke up with Delacruz in January 2016. She told cops a few months later that Delacruz had deceived her about having a penis.
In August 2016 the accused entered a relationship with a second woman. During the more than year-long courtship, the second victim said she experienced “extreme pain from penetration” during sex, and had to tell Delacruz to stop at one point because she was bleeding.
The second woman said she and the man had sex with the lights off. After their relationship ended in May 2017, the second victim discovered Delacruz’s manhood deception and called cops.
Delacruz reportedly didn’t discuss his lack of genitalia during an interview with police. It was during physical examination while in custody that cops “found he did not have a penis,” Cockburn said.
Delacruz will be sentenced in September.