A man who poked holes in the condoms he used with his girlfriend has had his sexual assault conviction upheld by the Canadian Supreme Court. Craig Hutchinson, 43, had been dating an unnamed woman for a matter of months back in when she told him she had some doubts about the relationship. So rather than talking things through or any other normal, non-creepy thing he could have tried, he did just about the most disgusting thing possible and pricked holes in their condoms to try to get her pregnant so she'd stay with him. Way to validate every single instinct she had to get the hell out of there, Hutchinson. The woman was upfront about not wanting to get pregnant, but clearly what she wanted wasn't top of his list of concerns.
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By Victoria Wellman. A love-struck Canadian who pricked holes in his girlfriend's condoms in a desperate bid to save their ailing romance by getting her pregnant, has lost his appeal and will serve the remainder of his sexual assault sentence. Craig Jaret Hutchinson of Clyde River, Nova Scotia was sentenced to eighteen months in December after he confessed to his act of sabotage and his girlfriend subsequently called the police. A court ruled yesterday that Mr Hutchinson's ex-girlfriend clearly had not wanted to get pregnant and therefore his lack of 'informed consent' amounted to sexual assault as laid out under the Criminal Code.
A condom wrapper lies in a field outside the Pitt Meadows, B. Coughlan said the woman had only consented to sex on the understanding intact condoms were being used, and that Hutchinson knew she didn't wish to have a baby. The woman from Halifax became pregnant and had an abortion in the fall of , and later suffered an infection of her uterus, which was treated with antibiotics. Coughlan found that Hutchinson sabotaged the condoms and aimed to have a baby with the woman, who cannot be identified under a court-ordered publication ban. A Supreme Court judge found Hutchinson not guilty of aggravated sexual assault in , but that decision was overturned by the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, which ordered a new trial.