Delacruz then began a second relationship with another woman in August and after two months of dating they moved in together. Thank you for your support. The accused does not have a penis. Fiscal depute Kirsten Cockburn told the court Delacruz had been in a relationship with both women at separate times between May 27, and May 14 last year. Ms Cockburn said during a subsequent police interview Delacruz made no comment and that he was medical examined while in custody and it was "found he did not have a penis". Sheriff Alison Stirling placed Delacruz on the sex offenders register for a term still to be determined. Carlos Delacruz, 35, pretended to have sex with the women using an unknown instrument while he was in a relationship with them.
Ms Cockburn added the woman suffered from thrush following the lovemaking sessions with Delacruz.
Man with no penis admits sexually assaulting two women who thought they were having sex with him
The couple split up in January and the woman informed the police in May that year after she learned Delacruz had been lying to her and did not have a penis. The second victim also "believed Delacruz had a penis" and the couple always had the lights off during when they had sex. Ms Cockburn added the woman suffered from thrush following the lovemaking sessions with Delacruz. Sheriff Stirling deferred sentence to September but warned Delacruz that "all options remain open to the court at the sentencing". T he couple then had sex around ten times over the course of their nine-month relationship and the woman also contracted thrush afterwards.