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R v Brown (1993)
R v Brown (1993)

There were five adult men who were all consenting sado-masochists. They were convicted of offences of assault causing actual bodily harm (s 47 Offences Against the Person Act 1861) and malicious wounding (s 20 Offences Against the Person Act 1861). The acts consisted of applying stinging nettles to the genital area and inserting map pins or fish hooks into the penises of each other. The victims were all consenting adults and no medical attention was needed.

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