A prominent barrister who admitted having sex outside a busy London train station cannot be named after she later claimed she had been the victim of a sexual assault.
The middle-aged woman, said to be one of the leading experts in her field, was arrested outside Waterloo station alongside Graeme Stening, a City lawyer, after members of the public complained about their behaviour during the evening rush hour.
Mr Stening and the complainant, who had been drinking, were arrested at around 7.15pm. They were taken to a police station and held in custody overnight before being questioned the following morning.
She accepted a caution for outraging public decency but six weeks later, said she had actually been the victim of a sexual assault and applied to have the conviction quashed.
No wonder that bloke thought it might be a good idea to compliment that Linked In photo if that’s the way the profession works.