A headteacher at an academy in England allegedly used school funds to create a "sex dungeon" alongside his office. He has been banned for life from the profession. James Stewart, who was executive principal at Sawtry Village Academy in Cambridgeshire, was convicted of fraud and misconduct in public office and was sentenced to four years' imprisonment after defrauding the school out of more than $125,000. School funds were used to furnish a room alongside Stewart’s office with sex toys, rugs and a fridge full of champagne. In December 2017, Cambridgeshire County Council had to spend over 2 million dollars to bail out the school after it had fallen into disrepair. That's when they discovered the fraud and the sex dungeon.