Irish midget accused of posing as a leprechaun to extort sex from 26 women in exchange for pot of gold

A 3-foot-and-4-inches-tall Irishman was arrested this morning for allegedly taking advantage of credulous women by posing as a leprechaun and extorting sexual favors in exchange for a fictional “pot of gold hidden at the end of a rainbow”.

29-year old Connor O’Byrne was arrested this morning at his Dublin residence by the Garda Síochána, the Irish national police.

According to police spokesman Seamus Murphy, Mr. O’Byrne used a rather unusual stratagem to cheat both tourists and naive locals sexual favors from them:

“The victims all said he dressed up like a leprechaun and said he had a huge pot filled with gold coins, hidden at the end of a rainbow, that he was willing to offer for sex.”

Surprisingly, that rather far-fetched scam fooled dozens of gullible women. 26 victims have already filed complaints with the Garda, but investigators believe the real number of victims could be over 200 or even 300.

“Many of these women were extremely naive and vulnerable. Some even cried when we told them that leprechauns don’t really exist.”

While searching through his house, the police found six different leprechaun costumes, as well as a few ancient gold coins he used to “prove the existence of his pot” and lure his victims.

Garda Síochána spokesman, Seamus Murphy, says the number of victims could be in the hundreds and asks other victims to contact the police.

Mr. Connor faces a total of 64 criminal charges, including 26 accusations of embezzlement, 18 charges of sexual abuse and 8 charges of fraud.

According to investigators, the number of accusations could easily double or even triple over the next few days.

If found guilty on all charges, he already faces a sentence of life in prison and a fine of  €75,000.

His trial his expected to begin in March at the Dublin criminal courts of Justice.

7 Comments on "Irish midget accused of posing as a leprechaun to extort sex from 26 women in exchange for pot of gold"

  1. Hello, ladies.
    Now that my brother is busted, nothing stands in your way to that pot’o’gold.
    Well, except me and my cousin Dick.

  2. Wow! I am a woman and I want to give him a fist bump lol Seriously though, I don’t know what the laws are in Ireland but these women agreed to have sex for money which is called prostitution, so shouldn’t they be charged with crimes as well?

  3. Joseph Williams | September 4, 2020 at 8:12 pm | Reply

    just pretend he came from the middle east and then the police wouldn’t touch him

  4. Wait, some morons thought leprechauns actually exist, had consensual sex with him, and it’s his fault?

    • Fred Flintstone | October 11, 2020 at 4:15 pm |

      The problem wasn’t the consensual sex. The problem was the deceit and fraudulent activities.

  5. Richard Cranium | June 13, 2020 at 4:47 pm | Reply

    Only in Ireland

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