“Hands up! You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say or do will be used against you."

When you hear such utterances, you can easily be forgiven for suddenly having shivers down your spine.

More often than not, these words are uttered by a cop making an arrest. 

However, if this was said in a Fifty Shades of Grey movie, one may also be forgiven for thinking it was part of a sexy scene, where the one lover has been a bad boy or girl.

If that thought really turns you on, then you might have hybristophillia.

Hybristophilia is sexual interest in and attraction to those who commit crimes, a paraphilia in which sexual arousal, facilitation, and attainment of orgasm are responsive to and contingent upon being with a partner known to have committed a crime.

This condition is triggered by a sexual arousal linked to a partner who acts out against society via outrage and crime.

It is one scientific reason why people might be drawn to serial killers and in some cases have romantic relationships with them.

According to criminologist Dr Melissa Hamilton, these are some of the reasons why some can have hybristophilia:

1. Attraction to deviance, which can trigger in the brain the release of the neurotransmitter norepinephrine, which itself increases arousal.

2. Feeling they can change the person.

3. Fame

4. Fascination with wanting to understand darkness.

5. Mental instability