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Moment sex offender, 26, who squirted semen over women gave himself up to police | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


  • Audio has been released of moment Willbert Mukori handed himself in to police 
  • The 26-year-old committed 16 offences of sexual assault against 12 women
  • He called 101 following Facebook appeal to admit images shared were of him  

This is the moment a sex offender who used mayonnaise bottles to squirt his semen over women, prompting a police appeal, called 101 to admit: ‘That image is me’.

Willbert Mukori, 26, sexually assaulted a dozen victims before handing himself in. Astonishingly, he then demanded police remove the CCTV appeal. 

He initially self-presented at the station and was arrested, but denied any of the allegations. 

After a police investigation Mukori, of Elswick Grove, Kingstanding, admitted 16 sexual assaults against 12 women. He was jailed for four and a half years, with an added four years extended licence, at Birmingham Crown Court. 

The attacks began with a single incident in Derbyshire, with the subsequent 11 taking place in Birmingham City Centre and Selly Oak.

In the initial assault dating back to 2016, Mukori put his own semen into a burger sauce bottle and sought out a woman walking alone in a street. He then squirted the liquid onto the buttocks area of her clothing. 

Willbert Mukori, 26, sexually assaulted a dozen victims before handing himself in. Astonishingly, he then demanded police remove the CCTV appeal

Years later, he developed a substance with the appearance of semen to spray on women in student areas of Birmingham. For some time, he would ‘carefully’ choose and follow his victims, one of who he spent 30 minutes waiting for outside a Sainsbury’s store. 

The victims, most of them University students, were then sprayed from behind with Arabic Gu,. 

Following multiple reports to police, CCTV images were then found and shared on the force’s social media with an urgent appeal to track Mukori down. But it was then the suspect himself who called 101 with information. 

In the audio from the call, Mukori can be heard saying: ‘I’m just calling in regard to a case reference that I saw online on a Facebook post. That image that’s on that case I’ve seen is me and it was sent to me by someone and yeah, I just wanted to know what this is in question about because it’s quite a serious allegation I’ve seen on there.

‘And if it’s of an incident that had happened between me and a female, that I’d also made a phone call and spoken to a police member on site about it.’

Police then began to collect evidence against Mukori, taking his DNA and running it through a national database. The results showed a match on the initial sexual assault years before in Derbyshire. 

CCTV images were then found and shared on the force’s social media with an urgent appeal to track Mukori down
He was arrested in February 2023 and, after searching his car, police recovered the burger sauce bottle used in the assaults

He was arrested in February 2023 and, after searching his car, police recovered the burger sauce bottle used in the assaults.   

Detective Constable Suzanna Doidge, who led the investigation, said: ‘We will not tolerate this behaviour.  

‘We put that out into the media and he phoned up the police himself, said that was him and demanded that it was taken offline.

‘Two managers at his work, where he was a carer, also phoned to identify him.

‘These sexual offences targeted young women who were selected by Mukori based on their appearance and attire, some who were repeatedly targeted. He was careful, methodical and planned.’

‘His offending spans over seven years and although there appears to be a gap in his offending I believe that there may be other victims out there who haven’t come forward.

‘This is such an unusual case. The collective harassment of these female students along with repeat victimisation is concerning.

‘We have a perpetrator who has repeatedly executed an unconsented pattern of behaviour over the course of seven years, who, whilst on police bail was re-arrested and found in possession of equipment to assist him in continuing to offend. ‘

West Midlands Police urged anyone who thinks they may have been a victim of Mukori’s offending to come forward. 

‘We are encouraging any more victims to come forward by contacting us through a special online portal set up just for this case,’ DC Doidge added. 



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