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Posted by Trini Kid - - 2 comments

Sup Travellers?! There have been many instances where men rape women. I guess I didn't have to say that because i'm sure you know that already. But there can also be instances where the perpetrator can become the victim and so is the case for a British man named Richard Thomas who got really pissed after he raped a woman that had HIV. Sucks doesn't it? Read on.


According to reports from the BBC, a British man by the name Richard Thomas was sentenced to five years in prison for raping a woman. However, the woman that he raped had HIV and he may have contracted it... KARMA IS AH B*TCH!! Thomas let himself into the woman's house in the middle of the night and she awoke to find him raping her, the court heard. Thomas says he had been drinking and taking drugs, and doesn't remember the attack.



Thomas said that he knew the victim and knew she had another illness but was unaware she had HIV, and the Daily Mail reports that he collapsed and asked to be taken to the hospital when police informed him that he could be infected. "It is his own fault," his own lawyer told the court. "If he had not committed this offense he would not have placed himself in this position."

I don't mean to be mean but I think that he got what he deserved. I guess he definitely learned his lesson and might start reconsidering his stupid actions. The results of the test have yet to be revealed but the court was told that he will find out whether he has the virus later this week. Maybe he might get lucky and get tested negative but any which the tables turn I think he learned a valuable lesson. Let's just wait and see what happens. But don't forget that my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.

2 Responses so far.

  1. your headline is misleading,
    the article on BBC and on your website says he 'may have contracted it' however your headline states differently...

  2. Just 5 years though? Really?