Coffee cup masturbator pleads guilty to ejaculating in colleague's mug
A 34-year-old man has pleaded guilty to regularly ejaculating into a female co-worker's coffee and onto her desk.
Robert John Lind was startled by Pat Maahs while he was allegedly standing at her desk with “his hands near his genitals”, at the Beisswengers hardware store in Minnesota.
Maahs said that Lind looked like a "deer in headlights" when he noticed her and quickly left the room.
She later told officers that there was a strong smell coming from her desk and her coffee, and that there was a “large amount of clear liquid on top of her desk”.
Maahs said her scrunchie had "absorbed a large amount of the liquid."
She told cops there was regularly a foul taste in the drink which she thought was gone off cream.
Lind admitted to ejaculating into his colleague's coffee and on her desk when questioned by police, but denied that it was out of revenge.
Court documents released after Lind met with the authorities report:
"Lind said that he likes Pat Maahs and is attracted to her."
He “admitted that he ejaculated on her desk and in her coffee on August 26, 2014."
Maahs at the desk which Lind ejaculated upon
Following further investigations Lind admitted to ejaculating into the victim's coffee twice, within the last six months.
He also allegedly admitted to four separate incidents where he ejaculated onto her desk or other items, police said.
"When asked why he did this, Lind said he thought it was a way to get Ms Maahs to notice him," the court documents state.
"He denied that it was a sexual compulsion that he could not control."
When told of Lind's alleged admissions, Maahs, according to court documents, replied:
"I knew it. I have drank his semen. I just thought it was spoiled cream."
The victim said that Lind’s behaviour was a constant problem and that he would often approach her with his zipper down, prompting her to threaten to report him.
Lind was originally charged with felony criminal sexual conduct, but the charges were dropped by a judge, who said the crime required nonconsensual touching of the victim's intimate parts.
He is now being charged with indecent exposure, to which he is pleading guilty.
Minnesota prosecutors announced last month that they are seeking to make adding bodily fluids to someone's drink or food a crime
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