London: A Brit boiler repairman, who posed as a yoga expert, has been jailed for sexually assaulting women in their homes.
Kyno Hunt was jailed for four years after being found guilty of three counts of sexual assault following a trial at Wood Green Crown Court last month, reports the Daily Mail.
The man made his three victims bend or kneel down to inspect their boiler in a compromising position before forcing himself on them under the guise of being a yoga expert.
The terrified women each went along with the attacks to protect themselves from further harm – as the 32-year-old talked about yoga and told them he was putting them in a “yoga position”.
The court heard that Hunt was employed as a heating engineer who attended addresses by arrangement to fix and maintain the occupants` heating systems.
The first assault took place on February 7, 2008 in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, with the second in April at a property in Broxbourne.
After the third attack, in the following September when Hunt targeted a woman in her home in Enfield, his victim reported him to police and officers from the Enfield Sapphire Unit launched an investigation.
Hunt was identified and arrested on October 3, 2008 and charged with the offence.
As a result of further inquiries the remaining two offences came to light and Hunt was additionally charged.
Hunt, of Enfield, north London, was also put on the sex offenders` register for life, a Metropolitan Police spokesman said.