A 30-year-old man who met a 25-year-old woman online ended up getting the worst end of it over in Waterlooville, Hampshire on May 5, 2019.

After meeting and flirting online, the unnamed man and 25-year-old Caprice Buddie had met several times. But at some point, Buddie allegedly led the man to her home in Waterlooville and ended up with a harrowing and traumatic ordeal.

The whole thing ended up in a honeytrap with the unsuspecting man subject to physical, verbal and sexual abuse, The Sun reported.

The unnamed man was allegedly battered with a stool, repeatedly kicked and forced to hand over his wallet, PIN numbers and phone by the 25-year-old conwoman. She was aided by a 37-year-old man, identified as Sean Perry.

It was Perry who allegedly sexually assaulted him.

It turns out that the whole thing was staged. After the assault, the man was blindfolded and thrown into a van and then eventually dumped on the side of the road.

However, the male victim managed to know where he was, rushed home and called the authorities, the Daily Mail reported.

Police were able to eventually locate Buddle at an address in Havant. Several days after the arrest of the 25-year-old woman, Perry was also collared by authorities after a lengthy investigation that involved DNA, CCTV, phone and bank card analysis that led to the pair getting charged.

Buddle has been jailed for 10 years while Perry was sentenced for 17 years for conspiracy to rob, false imprisonment, conspiracy to commit fraud, assault by penetration and causing bodily harm.

“I would like to commend the victim’s incredible courage throughout the investigation and court process, without which we would not have been able to secure this outcome,” Detective Constable Emily Dummer, of Hampshire Constabulary stated.

“As a result of his bravery, Perry and Buddle are now in a place where they will not be able to inflict such horrific abuse to anyone else,” Dummer added.

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