Arrested for cross-dressing! Meet Fanny and Stella, the Victorian gentlemen charged with the 'unnatural offence' of being transvestites
- Frederick Park, 22, and Ernest Boulton, 21, arrested on 28 April 1870
- Apprehended as they were leaving Strand Theatre in London
- Charged with homosexuality and 'conspiracy'
- They were acquitted after the prosecution built a very weak case
- New book by Neil McKenna, Fanny & Stella, tells their amazing story