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Australian man reportedly attacks sex shop worker with used vibrator

An Australian man threw his used vibrator at the manager of an adult store after complaining it got too hot during use, the Daily Star reported.

Father of three Benjamin Thomas Pellicaan, 29, had gone to the store in Queensland to demand that the X-rated toy be checked after it got “extremely hot” after “only 10 minutes of use,” according to the outlet.

But when the manager called him back and said the sex toy was working just fine, Pellicaan flew into a rage — calling her a “c—” and threatening to “sort her out,” local reports said.

“He said he would take a replacement from the shelf and she would not be able to stop him,” prosecutor Stipe Drinovac told Maroochydore District Court.

The manager and store owner prepared for the expected confrontation by removing all the vibrators from the shelves, the Daily Star reported.

When Pellicaan arrived, he yelled, “Where are the other toys?” before throwing a sex toy at a shelf.

The manager then handed him his original purchase, repeating that they had found nothing wrong with it.

But the sexually frustrated man flung the device in her direction and it bounced off a cabinet, hitting her in the leg, the court heard.

She then pushed a police panic button, which sent Pellicaan into further rage, though he eventually left the store.

When cops showed up at his home to arrest him, he verbally abused a female officer, according to the report.

Pellicaan pleaded guilty to threatening violence, committing public nuisance, obstructing police and two counts of using a carriage service to cause offense.

A judge sentenced him Thursday to four months behind bars, suspended for two years. He also was placed on probation for 18 months.

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