He is also barred from leaving his home between 10 pm and 7 am
Norman O’Neill, 44, was branded a ‘danger to women’ by a judge at Southampton Magistrates’ Court and slapped with a four-year Sexual Risk Order – and if he breaks it he could face up to five years in jail.
He must contact officers and provide the details of each woman he plans on having sex with so police can warn them about his condition and is banned from inviting any women into his home unless he calls the police first.
The court heard O’Neill, from Southampton, has not been convicted of any offense but is alleged to have put ‘vulnerable’ women at risk by engaging in unprotected sex without telling them he has HIV.
Detective Sergeant Craig Fielding, from Hampshire Constabulary, told the court O’Neill enticed women back to his home by promising them drugs and alcohol.
The court heard on one occasion a woman woke up to discover the lower half of her clothing had been removed. She made a formal complaint but O’Neill denied molesting her and there was insufficient evidence that sexual intercourse had taken place.
As a result of being subject of the order, O’Neill must inform women he has HIV before any sexual activity takes place. The order also includes a curfew preventing O’Neill from leaving his home between 10 pm and 7 am.
Under the civil order, O’Neill must not invite any woman into his home without giving police her name and contact details – giving officers the chance to call her in advance and issue an appropriate warning.