So, I've got this story set in 50's America. In this storyline, it is revealed to the audience after a period that the character Simon, who is a womanizer, is actually gay and in a very strong relationship with his gardener and supposed best friend Lawrence. He acts as a womanizer to draw away suspicion. Anyway, a chqracter that comes in at this point, George Penchek, is a visiting middlle-ranking MI6 Agent and Simon being a person of interest to his mission he finds out. Now, Penchek is somewhat left-leaning and liberal, as well as being an agnostic (not openly). So Penchek takes pity on the two lovers, he doesn't want see them imprisoned for a harmless relationship. However, Britain and America both have sodomy laws so he's supposed to turn them in as criminals. Do you think it's believable and feasible for him to help them hide? That's the plan, but I would like some advice on this doubt of mine. Plus, any tips on how he would go about doing that?