Man filmed masturbating hours after allegedly raping, killing student

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A man accused of raping and murdering a British university student was back stalking other women within hours — and pleasuring himself in public, a court has heard.

Married dad-of-two Pawel Relowicz, 26, was caught on CCTV footage in the early hours of Feb. 1, 2019, performing the solo sex act outside a takeaway restaurant in Hull, a city in East Yorkshire, England, prosecutor Richard Wright told Sheffield Crown Court on Wednesday, according to HullLive.

It was just two hours after he claimed he had consensual sex with philosophy student Libby Squire, 21.

Squire’s body was discovered in a river almost two months later.

The prosecutor suggested that sex with the Hull University student “wasn’t enough” and he was “back out again looking for other women to masturbate at.”

“This is correct,” Relowicz admitted in court, although denied he had been targeting another woman who was filmed walking past at the time, according to the local outlet.

He also denied the prosecutor’s claim that it was from having been “sexually excited” at having “raped and killed” Squire.

It was not clear how Squire had been killed, but a swab taken from her body matched Relowicz’s DNA profile, the court heard.

Relowicz previously pleaded guilty to nine offenses including voyeurism, outraging public decency and burglary, including masturbating at women in the street and breaking into houses to steal underwear and sex toys, HullLive said.

When police arrested him for Squire’s abduction, they found two masks and a holdall containing stolen vibrators and underwear in his car, HullLive said.

Relowicz admitted the earlier crimes, telling the court that he has a “problem” and a “fetish.”

However, he maintained that Squire willingly had sex with him, saying she took off her underwear and threw them at him — underwear that she was still wearing when her body was eventually found.

The prosecutor accused Relowicz of later changing his story because it “dawned on you hasn’t it that her taking them off and last seen walking up the road holding her knickers does not fit the evidence.”

Relowicz insisted, however, that the sex was consensual and she was still alive when he last saw her, saying any discrepancies in his story were because he feared his wife discovering that he had cheated.

The trial continues.

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