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Man fired shotgun into lover's vagina during sex game gone wrong

David Andrew Jeffers
David Andrew Jeffers

A man accidentally discharged a shotgun which was inserted into woman’s vagina during a sex game gone wrong at a Britannia hotel in Manchester, UK.

David Andrew Jeffers was engaging in a sex act with a 46-year-old woman and had inserted an 'antique' shotgun the size of a small handgun, which he claims to have found in the bathroom of a Wetherspoons, into the woman’s vagina to fulfil her sexual desires.

The weapon discharged during the incident, leaving the victim with life-changing internal injuries to her vagina, womb and bladder.

Minshull Street Crown Court heard that 47-year-old Jeffers had not meant to open fire while enacting what the Crown Prosecution Service described as a “sex fantasy”.

After the weapon went off he apparently attempted to dial 999, before calling the reception desk in his panic and telling them that urgent medical assistance was needed.

He then got dressed and fled the scene, leaving the woman bleeding on the bed.

Armed officers raided a house in Leeds two days later and arrested Jeffers, with searches of his home finding a partially scrawled note denying knowledge of the incident. 

Prosecuting, Peter Wright QC, said: “There was consensual sex and at some stage the defendant inserted the loaded firearm into her vagina which was then discharged, casing catastrophic internal injuries.

“As she lay grievously injured the defendant dressed and took with him the firearm and his mobile phone, using the room phone to dial reception and request an ambulance indicating that a female had been shot. 

“He then left the hotel by the rear exit where he then fled to Leeds making no further enquiries about his victim's well-being.

“The night manager who answered the phone went upstairs to investigate and once in the room he saw her laying naked face down on the bed and was in-coherent saying she had been shot. She was in considerable pain saying: ‘I am in agony, I am going to die’.”

In hospital, she told doctors of the traumatic experience and claimed that Jeffers was a 'bad man' who tried to 'blow her insides out.'

Jeffers, who knew the victim for many years and had only recently began a sexual relationship with her, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

He was jailed for ten years for what a judge described as 'a sexual fantasy with dreadful consequences'.