A City lawyer allegedly caught having sex with a female QC outside one of London’s busiest stations at rush hour had his case adjourned for two weeks today (Mon).
Married father-of-three Graeme Stening, 51, a senior lawyer at a private equity firm, is charged with outraging public decency outside Waterloo station on September 21 last year.
Stening is reported to have been drinking with the barrister, who cannot be named for legal reasons, during the afternoon before the romp outside the station.
Shocked passers-by called the police and the pair were thrown in the cells overnight.
The QC, who was arrested after being caught drunkenly engaging in sexual activity with her knickers round her ankles, initially accepted a caution.
But six weeks later she claimed she had been sexually assault and was granted automatic anonymity.
Stening, who lives in a £1.7million house in Windlesham, Surrey with his wife and children, did not appear at Camberwell Magistrates’ Court for a review hearing today.
Prosecutor Aimee Emby said: “The Crown’s application is to adjourn the hearing for a further two weeks.”
The next hearing will take place later this month.