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Man, 45, convicted of outraging public decency in Chesham

| November 2, 2016


A man who exposed himself to a woman walking a dog in Chesham has been convicted of outraging public decency.

On Tuesday 25th October 2016 a 45 year old man, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court to one count of outraging public decency.

The man exposed himself to a member of the public walking her dog in Lowndes Park, Chesham, on Monday 24 October. The woman was not approached and he did not speak to her.

The man was charged with the offence on Monday 24th October 2016 and pleaded guilty the following day. He was given a fine of £40 in relation to the incident.

PC Kevin Flint, from Chesham Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: ‘Although incidents like this are rare in Chesham, this was clearly a distressing incident for the victim and the conviction at court demonstrates that this sort of behaviour will not be tolerated in a public place, particularly a park where families and young children are likely to be present.

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