Luscious Lollipops Prison Officers given an absolute discharge

Two prison officers have been given an absolute discharge in their appeal against a sentence of indecency after they put on a steamy sex show.


Two prison officers have been given an absolute discharge in their appeal against a sentence of indecency after they put on a steamy sex show.

And Chief Justice the Hon. Sir James Astwood has ordered that fines totalling $900 be paid back to David Frost and George Cann.

The Chief Justice has also suggested that the men keep their jobs as prison officers at Casemates Prison.

In January, Frost and Cann were found guilty in Magistrates' Court of putting on the Luscious Lollipops Father's Day show at the prison officers' recreation club.

It had involved nude female strippers performing various lewd acts including the limbo while wearing g-strings and simulated and actual oral sex with members of the audience.

Acting Senior Magistrate the Wor. John Judge had described the show as "outrageously indecent by any standards.'' Frost and Cann have claimed all along that the show was a private function despite being advertised in The Royal Gazette . They also said that they had no idea the show was indecent beforehand.

Despite a number of indecent acts taking place they had intervened during the show to stop full sexual intercourse taking place on the stage But Police had discovered pictures of the girls involved in various acts of indecency which was advertising literature which the men must have seen before the show.

The men said that they had not been the sole organisers of the show, as they were part of a committee.

Mr. Judge found the two men guilty, at the trial, and fined Frost $500 and Cann $400. That money will now be returned to the two after the Chief Justice granted the absolute discharge.

He suggested that the two men should not lose their jobs where they have served for more than 15 years. They have been on paid suspension for the past nine months while they have been waiting for the appeal decision.

Defence lawyer Mr. Saul Froomkin said that his clients were delighted with the decision.

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