British man, 29, in Jamaica with his girlfriend is accused of raping a woman in a hotel room after asking for a phone charger
- A British man has been accused of raping a female guest at a Jamaican hotel
- On October 25, the woman reportedly asked to borrow a phone charger from him
- Dewi Games, 29, from South Wales, allegedly agreed to help before raping her
A British man staying at a Jamaican hotel has been accused of raping a female guest after asking him to borrow a phone charger.
Dewi Games, 29, a South Wales electrician, was given $400,000 (£343,000) bail after appearing at Sandy Bay Court in Jamaica on Wednesday.
He was staying with his girlfriend in a hotel in Lucea, Hanover, in northwest Jamaica.
The woman he allegedly raped approached Mr Games and his girlfriend by the hotel’s main pool and asked for a charger around 8pm on Oct. 25, a police report said.
Games offered to help but insisted on taking the charger to her hotel room.
Once inside, he asked her for a cup of coffee before pushing her on the bed so that she lay face down and forced her to have sex with him, the report added.
Dewi Games, 29, was staying at a hotel in Lucea, Hanover, when a female guest was allegedly raped
The alleged rape was reported to Hanover Police and Mr Games was identified in a police lineup.
He appeared in the Lucea Parish Court on Wednesday.
Dewi Games appeared in Lucea Parish Court on Wednesday (pictured)
Senior Parish Court Judge Natisha Fairclough-Hilton set bail at $400,000 bail with one to three securities.
She instructed Mr Games to report to the Montego Freeport Police Station in Montego Bay, St. James every Monday.
A hearing was held on December 6.