Men across Britain were united in feeling slightly uneasy on Friday when reports emerged of the prosecution's line of questioning in the Joanna Yeates murder trial.
It transpired that Nigel Lickley, QC, prosecuting, had asked whether Tabak felt any sexual arousal as he tried to kiss the 25 year-old landscape architect and then put his hands around her throat to restrain her.
Britain's men at this point collectively felt very naughty, as 99% of them realised that they'd have found it very arousing.
Tabak drew gasps of disbelief from the public gallery when he denied that sex was on his mind at the time. Lickley's questioning continued, attempting to elict some detail about the use of the tongue or otherwise, but to no avail.
"Obviously gay, your honour", declared the QC as he sat down.