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R v Williams [1923] 1 KB 340

The defendant was a singing coach. He told one of his pupils that he was performing an act to open her air passages to improve her singing. In fact he was having sexual intercourse with her. It was held that her consent was vitiated by fraud as to the nature and quality of the act.
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