People could go to any leaps and bounds to commit offensive, humiliating and intimidating sexual activities. Everyday many cases see the light of the day where mostly cases are of rape, sexual abuse, sexual harassment and murder. People are getting to be the walking devils, which are psychic and totally unsocial to this planet as they never even think before doing such horrendous crime and those who are found guilty of such should be sentenced to death. One new kind of crime has emerged from the graves, get into a physical relationship, record it all and then sell it on a good price. Such a crime too place recently in Thane, Mumbai.
A real estate agent has been sentenced to three years of arduous imprisonment as he recorded the intimate scenes in which he was indulged with a married woman and then selling the video to her husband, that ended up with a divorce.
The advocate of the 28 YO woman told the court that she hailed from Mumbai and got married in 2007 and shifted to Pune with her husband. In 2011, she came back to Mumbai to live with her parents after a brawl with her husband. Thereafter, she met Gupta and started working in his office. It was the time of Diwali, Oct 31, 2011, when after exchanging greetings he took her to show his new office, which was followed by them ending up in a lodge near Thane station. They got physically intimate and Gupta made sure of setting his phone in such angle to get an HD quality video of their intimacy. When she inquired about why he is being peculiar about the phone, he gave a lame excuse of strong signal and she bought it.
When she returned back to Pune, Gupta followed her and kept track of her husband and one fine day he made a deal with him. He told him about her wife’s affair with him and demanded Rs. 1 lakh for the video. The video worked as fuel in the fire and the impetuosity lead to the divorce.
District judge S C Khalipe held Sunil Gupta, 38, guilty under section 67A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, for publishing or transmitting of material containing sexually explicit act etc. in electronic form. Khalipe ruled that the reputation of the woman has lowered and her career and life ruined by the act and convicted Gupta under 67A of the IT Act and section 292 of the Indian Penal Code.