A Man Caught In Public Masturbating While Staring At A Mannequins

A man masturbated in front of a Topshop window while staring at the mannequins.

Osian Winters, 24, was seen rubbing his penis while staring at the display in his local branch of Topshop in Carmarthen town centre.

When tracked down by police he told officers he ‘has a thing’ for mannequins and could not help what he had done.

Swansea Crown Court heard Winters has a history of sexual offending including pleasuring himself in view of his neighbours, performing a sex act on himself in a caravan park, and exposing himself to children on a popular coastal path.

Dean Pulling, prosecuting, said CCTV footage in Carmarthen town centre showed Winters standing outside the St Catherine’s Walk branch of Topshop in the early hours of August 3 this year.

The prosecutor said Winters was seen ‘rubbing his genitals over this trousers’ while looking through the window.

Dean Pulling, prosecuting, said CCTV footage in Carmarthen town centre showed Winters standing outside the St Catherine’s Walk branch of Topshop in the early hours of August 3 this year.

The prosecutor said Winters was seen ‘rubbing his genitals over this trousers’ while looking through the window.

Winters then walked away but ‘was noted to be still rubbing’ himself.

A description of the suspect was passed to police and Winters was located around 15 minutes later in Dark Gate.

When questioned by police he said: ‘Okay boys, I will admit it. I have a bit of a thing for mannequins. When I saw them I started playing with myself – I could not help it.’

The court heard that in his subsequent interview, the 24-year-old told police he was aroused by mannequins and could not resist the ‘urge’ to do what he did.

Winters, of Guildhall Square, Carmarthen, had previously pleaded guilty to outraging public decency when he appeared in the dock for sentencing on Tuesday.

The court heard he has nine previous convictions for 21 offences – all for sexual offences or breaching court orders related to his sexual offending.

He previously had been given a caution for outraging public decency after performing a sex act on himself in a caravan park.

He also exposed himself to a young girl on the Millennium Coastal Path, exposed himself in Gorslas Park, engaged in sexual activity in the presence of a child, and incited a child online to perform a sex act.

He also has convictions for breaching court orders and for failing to promptly tell the police about his change of name from Scott Aaron Williams.

In May this year he was made the subject of a three-year community order – the longest available – with an intensive sex offenders programme requirement after pleading guilty to breaching a previously-imposed sexual harm prevention order.

On that occasion police had discovered that Winters was using his Samsung smart television to access the internet and was using Facebook under the name Daniel Price.

Police also found Winters had a Google account which had been used to carry out searches on subjects including how to wipe internet histories and how to set up password-protected folders.

It also emerged the defendant had been making regular visits to Carmarthen library to use its computers – though it could not be ascertained what he had been doing on them – and had been working in the town’s Vue cinema after failing to disclose his sex offending history on the job application.

An earlier sentencing hearing for the mannequin matter had been adjourned after the court heard Winters was still on the waiting list to start the sex offenders programme which had been mandated in May and that due to high demand and limited places it may be January next year before he could begin.

However the new hearing was told that a place for Winters had been found on the course starting later this week.

John Hipkin, for Winters, said from then public’s point of view the priority was getting his client to change his behaviour and the planned course was the best way of achieving that.

Judge Geraint Walters said the sentencing guidelines were such that if he were to send Winters into custody it would only be for a matter of months and the defendant would then be returned to the community without having received any treatment or help.

He told Winters that his conduct had fallen well short of what could be considered ‘normal’ behaviour and said if he continued to offend in the way he had been he would be facing ever-more lengthy prison sentences in the years to come.

The judge said there was also a ‘devious side’ to the the defendant who believed he could ‘play the system’ and beat it but that that was a mistaken belief on his part.

Winters was given a six-month community order with a 9pm to 6am electronically-monitored curfew for the same time period.

The previously-imposed sexual harm prevention order and sex offenders community programme requirement will continue.

The judge told Winters the course represented his ‘last chance’ and added that the defendant should aim to establish an appropriate adult relationship with a partner rather than ‘walking around the centre of town in the dead of night being excited by mannequins’.

Source: Metro

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