“Pumpkin Rapist” Escapes Medium Security Prison 12 days to freedom after 6 years


Rocky Duchesne, a man who’s better known as “The Cooper County Pumpkin Rapist”, has escaped from the Algoa Correctional Center, media reports confirm.

With his name registered on the National Sex Offender Public Registry, the 34-year-old man was serving a 6-year sentence on charges related to rapes and public nudity.

His major offence was “committing sixty public sexual assaults on pumpkins” among other offenses.

According to The World News Report, Rocky had just twelve days left to complete his 6 years in jail, then he chose to run.

He was regarded as a “low risk prisoner”, and was recently transferred to a less secure wing of the prison.

The “pmpkin rapist” was said to have sneaked out from his prison dorm before jumping over two razor-wire fencing to give himself the “free man” title. He has surely missed the pumpkins and can’t wait an extra twelve days.

Rocky was found guilty of 64 counts of public nudity, 29 counts of disturbing the peace and 21 counts of gross indecency in April 2011, after having sex in public with at least 64 pumpkins and squashes, the report confirms.

Notable among his sexcapades was a merciless assault on three king size pumpkins in front of a retirement home’s dining room where dozens of appalled residents watched him move like jagger.

Though Rocky’s last disgusting sexual assault occurred in October 2010, rumors are rife that he escaped prison in order to attack Halloween pumpkins used to decorate homes, before they’re all gone.

The prisoner isn’t considered a threat to women. But pumpkin owners have been warned.


Image shows the Algoa Correctional Center.

Police say the sexual predator is still around town, and have asked the general public to watch out. Halloween pumpkins are his potential targets.