Husband accidentally killed his new wife with a spiked 8-inch sex toy he put inside her during 48-hour bondage session to celebrate their marriage

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A HUSBAND who accidentally killed his new wife by inserting a spiked sex toy inside her during a 48-hour BDSM session has been spared jail.

Ralph Jankus was handed a one-and-a-half-year suspended sentence after his bride Christel died following the bondage marathon.

A German husband has been spared jail after his wife died after being violated with a spiky sex toy during a 48 hour bondage marathon
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The sentence was handed down at Krefeld Court in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia today following the 49-year-old’s untimely demise last year.

Sentencing Judge Johannes Hochguertel said: “If the woman had been taken to hospital straight away, she could have been saved.”

The judge blasted 52-year-old Jankus’ actions as “grossly negligent” but ultimately accepted that there was no motive to justify a negligent manslaughter charge.

He said: “We do not have a motive to file any murder charges.”

Instead, the prosecutor had brought the lesser charge of GBH with fatal consequences for which they had demanded three and a half years.

But after the suspended sentence was announced instead, Jankus who has been in custody for the past seven months was allowed to leave court a free man.

The court heard how he was suffering after the death of his wife who had willingly taken part in the two day sex game.

The couple had been using Wartenberg wheel, which was intended to be used by medics to check nerve reaction but is also used as a sex toy by BDSM enthusiasts
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Forensic specialists came to the conclusion that the Christel, 49, must have had some sort of barbed hook inserted into her and when it was removed it perforated her bowel.
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They accepted they were consensual because the woman often spoke about the type of sex she was having in her circle of friends.

The judge said that the man must have realised the seriousness of his wife’s injuries, but accepted his claims that she did not want to be taken to hospital.

Jankus claimed in court he was not aware how serious his wife’s injuries were as she had often complained about pain and discomfort before.

He said she had even been to see a specialist previously, who carried out a colonoscopy, but nothing had been found wrong with her.

Just days after their wedding, the happy couple engaged in the sex marathon during which the victim suffered severe internal injuries.

The court heard the device was a so-called Nervenrad which in English is known as a Wartenberg wheel, which is used by medics to check nerve reaction.

But it is also used as a sex toy by BDSM practitioners, often while connected to an electricity supply.

When emergency services were eventually called four days later, there was nothing they could do to save the victim.

Forensic specialists came to the conclusion that the woman must have had some sort of barbed hook inserted into her and when it was removed it perforated her bowel.

When initially questioned, Jankus told police the sex had been consensual and that he has been taking part in BDSM sessions for the past 30 years.

According to reports, he told police that he loved his wife dearly and instead of going on a honeymoon they opted for a steamy sex session lasting two days.


Just days after proudly announcing his marriage on social media, Ralph posted: “I want to thank you all for the goodwill messages on our wedding day.

“Unfortunately, I have to tell you that my dear wife died suddenly just eight days after our wedding. All the happiness I have experienced was during the years with my wife.”

The couple had been together since 2011.

Just days after proudly announcing his marriage on social media, Ralph posted: “I want to thank you all for the goodwill messages on our wedding day. Unfortunately, I have to tell you that my dear wife died suddenly just eight days after our wedding. All the happiness I have experienced was during the years with my wife.”
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