A man who allegedly infected women with HIV has been told that he must get written permission from police if he wants to have sex.
Aaron Sutcliffe, 29, from Fleetwood, Lancashire, was told that he is a sexual risk to the public so must get authorisation, both in the UK and abroad, before having intercourse.
He’s been handed a Sexual Risk Prevention Order that covers ‘vaginal, oral and anal sex’.
The order was issued on 21 June and it covers both male and female sexual partners. In order to get permission, he must also give the contact details of the person he intends to have sex with. He is not allowed to have any form of intercourse without a condom.
Police will get in touch with any of unemployed Mr Sutcliffe’s sexual partners to make them aware of his sexual past.
The order says: ‘You must stop having sex immediately if there is any indication if there is any indication that the condom is in any way damaged or deficient.
‘You must tell the police public protection unit in the area where you live of the identity of the person you intend to have sex with.’
‘You must provide contact details of that person to the unit and get written acknowledgement of the notification. This order covers vaginal, oral and anal sex.’
His lawyer, Patrick Nelligan, said: ‘Mr Sutcliffe has gained his condition as a result of a crime against him which is being investigated.
‘He knows his future sexual behaviour must be appropriate. His current partner is fully aware of the situation.
‘If he engages in a sexual relationship with anyone else that person must be told.’
The order is in place for two years. Sutcliffe has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm to two women by infecting them with the HIV virus.