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Sheldon Russell Bentley claimed that the frustration of being

A security guard who stole and kicked a man to death blamed the horrendous murder on the fact that he was not having sex.

Sheldon Russell Bentley said the frustration of being "unwittingly celibate" and the stress of work have triggered the fatal attack on Donald Doucette, 51.

Doucette, who was seeking help for alcoholism, had fainted in an alley behind the Lucky 97 supermarket in Edmonton, Canada, where Bentley was working as a security guard on July 31, 2015, reports Edmonton Journal.

Sheldon Russell Bentley (right) said the frustration of being "unwittingly celibate" and the stress of work have triggered the fatal attack on Donald Doucette, 51 (left)

In an unprovoked attack, Bentley stole $ 20 from the unconscious man and then stomped on his stomach while wearing heavy combat boots. The attack caused two large tears in the soft tissue of his abdomen and a massive internal hemorrhage.

Bentley and another security guard had put him on his feet and had leaned him against a metal fence on the opposite side of the alley while blood poured into his abdomen.

Alberta's chief coroner, Elizabeth Brooks-Lim, testified at the June trial and heard that the victim had suffered severe pain. He would have died a few minutes from his injuries.

His body was found leaning against the fence by two passers-by a short time later.

In court, Bentley was described as an angry and anxious man who often brought weapons to work with.

He was infuriated by the people who called him & # 39; Pee-wee & # 39; at work, for his resemblance to Paul Reubens who played Pee-wee Herman, reports The Spectator.

Doucette, who was looking for help for alcoholism, had fainted in an alley behind the Lucky 97 supermarket in Edmonton, Canada (pictured)

Doucette, who was looking for help for alcoholism, had fainted in an alley behind the Lucky 97 supermarket in Edmonton, Canada (pictured)

Doucette, who was looking for help for alcoholism, had fainted in an alley behind the Lucky 97 supermarket in Edmonton, Canada (pictured)

Bentley had also been "involuntary celibate" for four years. Involuntary celibacy, also known as incel & # 39; incel & # 39 ;, is a misogynistic movement of men who blame women for their total failure to have sex or find a partner.

"The fact that he had a frustrated mood in no way justifies attacking a vulnerable individual," Supreme Court Justice Paul Belzil said while sentencing Bentley to four years in prison for manslaughter on Wednesday. sentence that the prosecutors recommended.

Incels appears in the headlines after identifying with Alek Minassian, 25, allegedly rented a van and deliberately shot down a crowd in Toronto, killing ten people and wounding 16.

He faces multiple murders and assassination attempts.

According to reports, Minassian wrote on Facebook a few minutes before the attack that: & # 39; The Incel rebellion has already begun & # 39; and they all greet Supreme Knight Elliot Rodger & # 39;

Rodger was another lone gunman who killed six people and wounded 14 others near the University of California in 2014. He said in a YouTube video before the attack that he wanted to punish the women for having rejected him.

Bentley stole $ 20 from Doucette (pictured) and then stomped on his stomach while wearing heavy combat boots

Bentley stole $ 20 from Doucette (pictured) and then stomped on his stomach while wearing heavy combat boots

Bentley stole $ 20 from Doucette (pictured) and then stomped on his stomach while wearing heavy combat boots

When Bentley was arrested, police found a pellet gun and nunchatos in his backpack.

The forensic psychiatrist Oto Cadsky wrote that Bentley seems to be a "fearful man, afraid of the world around him", and that he would use the weapons to give him confidence.

Bentley felt he had a "militaristic personality" with a sense of honor but he also admitted feeling inferior to others.

He told the court that he was "sick" because of "who I was," but he still asked the court to release him, saying it was not a threat to the public.

The court also heard that while Bentley had a job, he was "working poor & # 39; and living in the YMCA.

"There was a lot of stress there," the defense said.

Bentley was also mistreated as a child and had an unstable education, according to a pre-sentence report.

Both the report and Cadsky discovered that Bentley had not taken responsibility for his actions.

"My father is an innocent man who did not deserve to die in an alley," said Doucette-Moody's daughter, Doucette, in her emotional victim's impact statement.

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