The CCTVs all over Britain don’t stop crimes (since Britain has become one of the most dangerous countries in Europe), but they do preserve them on tape. The latest revolting crime tape to come out of England shows Lloyd Phillips, a 48-year-old man from Southampton, placing into a wheelchair a woman he had drugged, and then bringing her to a hotel where he proceeded to rape her for nine hours.
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Lloyd Phillips, 48, told the unnamed 22-year-old woman that he would take her to a concert. Instead, he gave her a poisonous cocktail of high alcohol “Crunk” juice mixed with BZP, a stimulant that can trigger seizures. With the woman unconscious and seizing, Phillips put her into his car and drove her to a hotel near Wembley Stadium, in London.
Once there, he told the staff that his girlfriend had drunk herself into a stupor, and asked if they could give him a wheelchair, so that he could get her to their hotel room. The staff accepted this brazen lie at face value – and why not? Who in the world would expect a kidnapper and rapist to use an unwitting hotel staff as part of his scheme?
The hotel videos show Phillips approaching the front desk, getting the wheelchair, returning for his victim, and then rolling the unconscious woman up to a room. Once there, he raped her repeatedly for nine hours. The woman was unconscious for most of the time, although she has a hazy memory of her body being “contorted.” When she awoke, Phillips told her they’d engaged in a night of consensual sex.
Twenty-four hours later, the woman began to realize that something was deeply wrong. She felt sick, was unable to use the bathroom, and had bruises on her arms and tongue. She went to a hospital and the doctors, after examining her, called the police.
Phillips was charged and convicted on two rape counts, three “sexual assault by penetration” counts, and one count of sexual assault. He was sentenced to 11 years in prison. The police believe that this woman was not Phillips’ only victim, considering how carefully he planned and carried out the attack.
The woman, who had known Phillips for some time, had no reason to fear him. He had a profitable business, owned a luxury Sunseeker boat, and was a fixture on the Southampton social circuit.