Victims aged between 13 and 17 were preyed upon, sexually abused and trafficked across Bristol to be passed around the mens' friends for money. Many of the girls were groomed to view the abuse as a normal part of being the "girlfriend" of a Somali man, as it was said to be "culture and tradition" to be raped by their "boyfriend's" friends. One defendant, aspiring boxer Mohamed Jumale, 24, forced a victim to be raped by his brother, Omar Jumale, 20, to save him from hell as he "wanted to turn gay". On another occasion, the year-old girl was raped four times by three different men, having been trafficked across Bristol to a Premier Inn by Said Zakaria, Police investigating the case rescued one year-old victim from a cupboard in a flat, where she was found weeping "they made me do stuff", wearing only her underwear.
A new sex survey has revealed more than ever before about the bedroom habits of the British. Rather surprisingly, the survey found that the incidence of sex has fallen considerably in recent years. Among people aged 16 to 44, the average rate is about three times a month. Twenty years ago, it was five times a month.
The mystery pair are thought to have stumbled out of a bar before performing a string of sex acts on each other. Footage obtained by The Sun shows them cavorting yards from a beach busy with early-morning holidaymakers. One elderly man is seen walking past while a bar worker empties bins feet from the open-air sex show.
The Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal consisted of the organised child sexual abuse that occurred in the northern English town of Rotherham , South Yorkshire , from the late s until the s and the failure of local authorities to act on reports of the abuse throughout most of that period. The first group conviction took place in , when five British-Pakistani men were convicted of sexual offences against girls aged 12— The Times articles, along with the trial of the Rochdale child sex abuse ring , prompted the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee to conduct hearings. In August the Jay report concluded that an estimated 1, children, most of them white girls,  had been sexually abused in Rotherham between and by predominantly British-Pakistani men Kurdish and Kosovan men were also involved.