Convicted of rape, he tears off his electronic bracelet and hangs it on his dog’s paw to go to a festival

Convicted of rape, he tears off his electronic bracelet and hangs it on his dog’s paw to go to a festival
Convicted of rape, he tears off his electronic bracelet and hangs it on his dog’s paw to go to a festival

A daring attempt. A man from Antwerp convicted of rape decided to go party at a festival more than 100 km from home despite his conviction supposedly forcing him to stay at home under electronic surveillance, reports Belgian media Het Laatste Nieuws.

Saturday May 18, this regular at nightclubs and luxury hotels suddenly decided to get a taste of life before by going to an electronic music festival after a busy day at home. To avoid being tracked and to prevent his electronic bracelet from moving and arousing suspicion from the authorities, he had the idea of ​​detaching the device attached to his ankle and sticking it with adhesive tape… his dog’s paw.

If he thinks his idea is ingenious, Ladislas immediately triggers an alarm which alerts the electronic monitoring center (CSE) in Brussels by forcing the opening of his bracelet. Without a response from him, the CSE alerted the police who noted that the 36-year-old man was not at his home.

Return to prison

Meanwhile, a hundred kilometers away, the party animal is living his best life at Extrema Outdoor in Houthalen-Helchteren (Belgium), renowned for being one of the best electro festivals in Europe, and even performing on her social media dancing and drinking vodka and champagne in the VIP area of ​​the festival.

According to the Antwerp public prosecutor’s office, Ladislas turned himself in to the police on Monday and was incarcerated in Haren prison, where he will serve the remainder of his sentence. Sentenced to four years in prison, three of which were suspended, for the rape of a 19-year-old young man, the 30-year-old was also convicted of fraud at the start of the year, according to Belgian media 7sur7.

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