Florida Man Batters His Girlfriend with Sex Toy
Florida man Christopher Pacitto, 45, the CEO of Velocity Engineering Services of Fort Myers, spent Thanksgiving Day in the Pinellas County Jail after he was charged with domestic battery at a St. Petersburg Hotel.
At approximately 4:30 a.m. Pacitto and his girlfriend, 33, were having a bit of a row in their Sun Island Motel room on Blind Pass Road. During the argument, Pacitto started to pack a bag and go back home to Fort Myers. In order to make room for his belongings, he started removing his girlfriend’s things from the bag and throwing them to the floor.
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During the packing/unpacking process, Pacitto pulled one of his girlfriend’s sex toys out of the bag and threw it across the room. The sex toy struck his girlfriend on her torso and left the woman with a bruise according to the arrest affidavit. The Sheriff’s Office did not specify the make and model of the sex toy, only that it left a bruise on the torso of his “girlfriend of 7 months.”
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By the way, law enforcement puts the relationship status of the couple in the report to show if a domestic relationship exits in order to explain the upgrade of the charges.
According to the affidavit, Pacitto later “admitted to throwing items but does not recall exactly what items.” The arrest affidavit also lists check boxes for aggravating factors and the Pacitto affidavit listed an “aggravating” factor as the accused sex-toy thrower being “under the influence” of alcohol.
Pacitto was transported to the Pinellas County jail and was charged with first-degree misdemeanor battery – domestic and held on $1,000 bond. Pacitto was released on Friday after paying the bond and ordered not to go near his girlfriend.
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Pacitto’s attorney has entered a written plea of not guilty on his behalf to the charges according to court records.
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