An Invercargill man is currently on trial for rape. He broke into the house of his victim, beating her partner and forcing him into a closet, before attacking her.
The man's lawyer defended him thus:
He had not raped the woman, Mr Eagles said. She had invited Hird to have sex with her because she thought it would mean he would then leave the house.
In other words, she 'agreed' to have sex because she was afraid of the violent intruder in her home. That's a definition of consent worthy of Clint Rickards.