Pensioner Left Horrified As Purple Sex Toy Is Posted Through Her Letterbox
A 73-year-old woman was left horrified after someone shoved a seven-inch long purple sex toy through her letterbox.
Dorothy Urquhart, from Fife in Scotland, found the special delivery peeping through her door and into her hallway, and was initially unsure what it was.
She called her son, who explained what it was to his elderly mother (imagine that conversation), before they called the police.
Urquhart said the vibrator 'wasn't very clean' and that it 'had stuff on it'.
The pensioner took her neighbour Jennifer Raeside to court over the incident, but the case was dropped mid-trial after it emerged the sex toy wasn't present in the court and couldn't be produced in evidence, the Daily Record reports.
She told the court the relationship between her and neighbour Raeside had started off OK, but had deteriorated after noise complaints.
The gran had fitted CCTV cameras outside her front door after previous disturbances - and Raeside was seen on camera coming down from the upstairs flat to the ground floor, where Urquhart lived.
She was accused of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm. Raeside had denied the charge.
Her solicitor, Dewar Spence, said Raeside had simply been putting an item out to the bins at the back of the building.
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He went on to say that 'someone else' was responsible for the incident.
Urquhart told the court the vibrator was pushed through her letterbox in March last year.
She explained:"I didn't know what it was, so I phoned my son. He came around and we phoned the police.
"When I was told what it was, it did upset me."
But, as the vibrator wasn't introduced as evidence, the prosecutor was unable to ask direct questions about it, prompting him to tell Sheriff Jamie Gilchrist there would be no further proceedings.
The Sheriff found Raeside not guilty.
Speaking to the press, Urquhart said: "It was a horrible thing to discover in your home. I'm bitterly disappointed about what happened in court."
A spokesperson from Police Scotland told the Daily Record the sex toy was still in their possession.
Meanwhile, a spokesperson from the Crown Office said it was 'still examining the matter' and therefore couldn't comment.
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