‘Disgusted’ OAP in bitter parking row watched neighbours have sex on bollard

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    A pensioner in a parking dispute with a neighbour has spoken out about the moment the couple next door started having sex on her bollard.

    Wendie Bryant, 68, had installed the bollard outside her home as part of the dispute but was left astonished when Lee Craig McConnell, 28, and his wife Danielle started getting down to business on it.

    The Dorset-based row took place on Meadow View in Blandford Forum, Dorset, and initially started with him masturbating, eventually graduating to full-blown sex, Weymouth Magistrates' Court heard.

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    McConnell pleaded guilty to indecent exposure last Friday (March 10) over the incident.

    Mrs Bryant has been left frustrated by some seemingly making light of the incident and claims to have been left traumatised by what she witnessed.

    Just hours before she claimed her husband, 70-year-old Colin, had had to go to hospital and so she was home alone when the incident took place.

    McConnell has been released on bail with the condition he has no contact with Bryant – the court has now adjourned for a pre-sentence report and he is due back in on April 27.

    Speaking to MailOnline, Bryant said: "He was stark naked doing ‘that’ then he called his wife over, she was wearing a shawl, and he bent her over the bollard.

    "He knew I was alone in the house – I still can't get my head around it, I keep wondering how the hell did it go this far when all I asked is for him not to park in my parking space."

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    Looking at CCTV the following day she realised the true extent of what has happened.

    "I was completely disgusted and so angry when I saw the footage, I just thought 'these people have to be stopped'," she added.

    McConnell has been left “embarrassed” by the incident, his lawyer Simon Lacey said, and his home is now up for sale.

    Mr Lacey said: "He had no idea cameras were there. It wasn't deliberate and not to humiliate the neighbour. It was clearly inappropriate for something that happened.

    "He has come and pleaded guilty at the very first opportunity. It is fair to say the neighbour was only made aware of it when she was told about it.

    "The whole thing is a disaster. All the neighbours are turned against him and his wife and they are moving away.

    "All they are doing is removing themselves from a very difficult situation. It is sad and this is a man who is trying to bring up a family and work. He is highly embarrassed about what happened. It is a very hard lesson to learn."

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