A former Australian semi-professional rugby player Patrick Akauola, 24, publicly showed off an explicit picture of a woman as an act of revenge after she insulted him for having a “small penis.”

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As if that was not all, the same woman whose identity has been kept a secret for legal reasons, discovered a large number of explicit videos and photos stored on Akauola’s phone. The player’s disgusting behavior was recorded in his phone that involved despicable sex acts acted on her in her sleep, News.com.au reported.

Brisbane district court heard Thursday how Akauola and the woman got into an argument during a night out in November 2018. He took offense after she insulted him for having a “small penis”. In response, Crown Prosecutor Siobhan Harrison said Akauola publicly showed a nude photo of the woman.

The player pleaded guilty to multiple rapes, observations or recordings in violation of privacy and the distribution of prohibited visual recordings.  Harrison said the woman recognized the picture as a screengrab from a Snapchat video shared by the couple. She hadn’t given him permission to share it with anyone else, Daily Star reported.

After the November 2018 incident, the woman beat Akauola and left in a taxi. In October 2019, the woman discovered multiple explicit videos and photos of her stored on Akauola’s phone. The prosecutor said the videos and photos were taken between January and October 2019, however the exact dates could not be determined.

Some of the files showed Akauola inserting his finger into the woman’s anus while she slept, filming her naked in the shower, and a photo of her performing oral sex. The woman stated that she did not consent to any of the acts. “She still suffers from significant anxiety and trauma,” Judge Katherine McGinness said.

Akauola’s lawyer said that the player had made full confessions about the violation, which stemmed being in an inebriated state and from immaturity. He added that his client understood the serious breach of trust that had occurred and said Akauola was dealing with jealousy and insecurity.

The court heard that Akauola was repentant and apologized to the woman. However, the judge wasn’t convinced and said the apology was “not acceptable” when serving a two-year, nine-month sentence. His sentence is suspended after serving six months. He was also given a two-year probationary period.

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