Man ordered to tell police of sex plans 'devastated'
A man who must give police 24 hours' notice before he has sex after he was cleared of rape has said the ruling "puts an end to your life". The man, in his 40s, was acquitted last year at a retrial. He has been charged with breaching the terms of the order by refusing to give police the pin to his phone. He accused North Yorkshire Police, which declined to comment, of "sour grapes" in applying for a sexual risk order after the case.