Man stabs his 'exhibitionist' friend to death after he exposed his penis: 'He thought he was being sexually propositioned'

The victim was known to be 'proud of its size' and thus would expose himself in front of people. The killer claimed that the victim had 'sexually propositioned and manhandled him'.


                            Man stabs his 'exhibitionist' friend to death after he exposed his penis: 'He  thought he was being sexually propositioned'
Nathan Calder (West Mercia Police)

A man who "believed he was God's gift to ladies"  and had a habit of whipping out his penis at parties was murdered by a friend after he thought he was being "sexually propositioned", a Worcester Crown Court heard.

48-year-old Paul Lundy's dead body was found by a housemate in their Kidderminster home on May 23. He had been stabbed and was found lying in a pool of his own blood, BBC reported. 28-year-old Nathan Calder was charged with the death but he denied murdering Lundy. However, the jury found him guilty and was sentenced to life in prison.

Lundy was known to be "proud of its size" and thus would expose himself in front of people. Calder had claimed that the man had "sexually propositioned and manhandled him"  but his friends and family defended him saying that he was "just a bit too affectionate when he had a drink”. They also said that he was "a bit of a ladies' man" who "wouldn't leave his privates alone" but did it to "make people laugh".

His son said, "He was proud of the size of his penis. It was his party trick."

Det Ch Insp Carl Moore told the court that CCTV footage had placed Calder at Lundy's house. "Nathan Calder committed this horrific attack on Paul Lundy, in his own home, leaving him there to be discovered the following evening by his friend and housemate," Moore said, "In the time Calder was in Paul's home, he attacked and murdered him, showing a total lack of regard for human life." 

Lundy was stabbed thrice with a kitchen knife. At the sentencing, Judge Robert Juckes QC said that the sentence he was being awarded could not repair the damage of his actions. "The loss of a father and friend and relative is irreplaceable. I don't hesitate to find that My Lundy did some of those acts that you suggested. This could have been dealt with by moving out of his way. There should have been no difficulty with it." 

The judge further added, "You were perhaps disgusted by what he was doing and you became angry and you picked up the knife and you acted in anger which formed the intention to kill."

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