A man from Manchester who has, since birth, been cruelly stricken down with Homosexiphilia, has told how an innocent mistake talking to some youngsters in a childrens playground almost led to him being deprived of his liberty at Her Majesty's Pleasure.
Larry Sabu, 20, was arrested by police after the incident at a park in Urmston last Sunday. According to Sabu, he had spied a group of small children drawing pictures in a secluded spot, and decided to join them.
One of the children, Johnny Smith, 5, told Sabu they were drawing sketches of a farm, and had offered the gay man a piece of paper and a pencil, with which to draw a picture of a cockerel. Sabu made a mess of his sketch, and asked the young lad:
"Could you lend me your rubber, Johnny?"
A stunned parent sitting close to the group, was stunned, and immediately summoned police via her mobile phone.
Minutes later, the park was surrounded by more than 200 officers of Manchester's finest, and the playground was cordoned-off. Twenty people were arrested, including 19 children, although all but one - Sabu - were later released.
Mr Sabu was kept for 'questioning', and later bailed under caution to use the word 'eraser' in future 'drawing sessions'.