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Strict headmistress Molly Malone accepts no bad behaviour – even from her Chair of Governors. After a foolish mistake, Sir John has a choice between the police, or a severe cold caning.
When the distinguished Sir John crashes his car into Molly Malone’s, she doesn’t let him off just because he’s Chair of the Board of Governors. John is given a choice – Molly can call the police, or he can submit to a good hard spanking.
John’s choice sees him spanked hard over the knee, while being strongly reprimanded by the angry headmistress. Although he’s no naughty schoolboy, Molly insists that he also submit to the same bare bottom caning she’d use to discipline her unruly students. And as the crime is so severe, it warrants a severe caning to match.
An extra-long behind the scenes video! 15 minutes including outtakes, negotiation, normalising the use of plasters, Molly and John’s obvious enjoyment during the spanking, the non-bottom pain of spanking modelling, mirrors!, unused footage, sweaty caning hands, discontinuous lighting, and working out the ending! Also includes five minutes of eye-opening post-scene gossip as Molly cleans up the abrasions on John’s caned bum. John and Molly tell us how they met, and attempt to describe the nature of their close (if slightly unusual) friendship, including what Molly’s family think of him! Hear about John’s infamous 75th birthday party, how John discovered his passion for corporal punishment and the story of his spanking career to date.
John talks about writing “Slight Damage to the Rear End” and what appeals to him about that sort of scenario. Does he prefer giving or receiving? Why is the cane his favourite implement? What did John make of his day filming for Dreams of Spanking, and what were the pair’s favourite scenes?
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