Robin Hood Gets Kinky
- Publication: Playboy
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abound over the next extreme wave of sexual
fetishism. Up there with the best of them is a new
craze which gives entirely new meaning to the term "
break and entry", with daredevil couples across the US
breaking into people’s homes to have sex.
up with a bit of role play, this apparently
titillating, though decidedly risky mix of crime and
sex often targets upmarket vacation spots, with
offenders aiming to explore vacant mansions and their
ample sized bedrooms - much to the annoyance of rich
homeowners and the police.
of the growing trend have been reported
throughout the US, including New Orleans, Malibu, San
Diego, The Hamptons and Provincetown Mass, the common
denominator? Big empty houses belonging to rich
police report cited a typical case, which
occurred in the monied vacation spot of Provincetown
Massachusetts in March 2003. According to the report
one 19 year old girl and a 21-year-old male were
busted having intercourse on the living room floor of
a local home. Ironically, a semi-retired psychiatrist
who happened to be at an interstate conference owned
was caught when a local security patrol
detected a broken window. The girl was wearing t a
robe owned by the property’s owner, while the male
opted for a cooking apron.
confession by the couple revealed they had
been dabbling in the practice for some months,
targeting various homes in the area. Despite minor
damage, there was no corroborative evidence to suggest
the pair were intent on robbing the house.
George Zisopoulos based in Malibu California
agreed the fetish constituted a genuine trend, with
increasing incidents in his district. "This type of
break and entry is a recurring problem, with affluent
families and their elaborate estates the usual
aren’t motivated by the prospect of
money, they’re usually just into it for the kicks.
These people are usually first time offenders, and its
not a male initiated thing, both women as well as men
for whatever reason, have confessed to being motivated
by the sexual gratification of entering another
person’s house and committing a sexual act.
to this new trend is a new independent film
based on the whole phenomena. Called Erosion, the
film, created and directed by an LA based duo recalls
the fetish based extremism of Kroneberg’s Crash, a
movie about a weird crew of people who get off having
car crashes and sex afterwards.
part docudrama (part comedy?)Erosion
focuses on two key protagonists, two married people
who converge to pursue an ongoing extra curricular
dalliance, with the twist that they share a weird
obsession for breaking into people’s homes. Erosion is
scheduled for release next year. What ever happened to
Written by Craig Stephens