He hit the headlines at his Old Bailey trial in August 1993 when he was said to have pounced on his victim, a 25-year-old Edinburgh solicitor, wearing only the frilly cuffs from his traditional Scottish outfit, his glasses and a green condom.
He had escorted the woman to a St Andrew's Day Ball at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane. He was said to have later told police: "I have spent pounds 200 on her. Why can't I do what I did to her?" He was jailed for three years, reduced to two on appeal, and released after one year in Leyhill Open Prison.Reuse content