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Couple locked their two children in bedroom of filthy home while they enjoyed 'adult time' together

Couple locked their two children in bedroom of filthy home while they enjoyed 'adult time' together

Couple locked their two children in bedroom of filthy home while they enjoyed 'adult time' together

A COUPLE who locked their two young children in the bedroom at their filthy home while they enjoyed "adult time" together have been handed suspended jail sentences at Bradford Crown Court.
The parents, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the little boy and girl, had fastened the door shut with child's reins when their health visitor made an unplanned visit.
Six months later, an Incommunities electrician working at the Bradford address, found it to be in a stinking, untidy and dirty state, prosecutor Clare Walsh told the court today.
The mother labelled her son Lucifer and the children were fastened in their room, this time by a belt round the door handle.
The electrician alerted the police after hearing crying and screaming coming from the bedroom.
The children's father was in the living room with the television set turned up loud, Mrs Walsh said.
A police search of the house found the bathroom sink full of rubbish, and excrement on a doll.
In the children's bedroom there was faeces on the wall, carpet, bedding and toys.
A large screw or nail had been fixed to the outside of the door to enable it to be fastened shut.
The father was asleep on the sofa and the mother looked as if she had just got out of bed. The little boy and girl were in dirty nightclothes.
There were large tanks containing snakes and lizards in the house.
The fridge freezer contained only milk and two packets of uncooked meat.
The children were taken into care and their parents were arrested.
Asked by Mrs Walsh if he had seen photos of the inside of the property, Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC said they were "quite distressing and unbelievable."
Both parents made no comment in their police interviews.
They each pleaded guilty to two charges of child cruelty by neglect.
Sarah-Kate McIntyre, barrister for the children's mother, said the youngsters were "well nourished, full of energy, happy and smiling" when the police attended.


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