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PremierLeague-News.Com - Serial flasher Andrew Fearnley-Hill, 52, was spotted by a passing police car 'naked from the waist down'
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A serial flasher was caught performing a sex act in a Cheshire bus stop on his birthday. Andrew Fearnley-Hill, was spotted by a passing police car "naked from the waist down" late at night on a busy street in Warrington. The 52-year-old has now been convicted of sexual offences a staggering 12 times following his latest indecent exposure. Liverpool Crown Court heard on Monday (August 1) that the officers noticed him stood in a bus stop on Folly Lane, Bewsey, shortly before midnight on July 2. He was holding his penis while his trousers and underwear were strewn on the pavement next to him. At the time, Fearnley-Hill was visible to motorists, pedestrians and the residents of nearby houses, reports the Liverpool Echo. READ MORE: Cheshire pub landlady who swindled £60,000 in benefits walks free The court heard that police believed he was under the influence of alcohol as he was "slurring his words and smelled strongly intoxicated". The pervert was subsequently arrested and taken to hospital. Fearnley-Hill, of Lovely Lane, has 17 previous convictions for 26 offences - including seven for exposure, three for outraging public decency and one for sexual assault. Jeremy Rawson, defending, said his client's latest flashing incident "came about because he had taken a cocktail of drugs and alcohol". Liverpool Crown Court. (Image: Ian Cooper) He has "no recollection" of the events. Fearnley-Hill, who appeared via video link to HMP Altcourse, was described as a "rather sad individual" who has no partner or children, whose parents have died and who has no contact with his siblings. Mr Rawson added: "It was his birthday, and he had had a lot to drink.
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." Fearnley-Hill admitted indecent exposure and was jailed for a year. However, this will not affect his current scheduled release date in February 2023 after he was recalled on licence to serve the remainder of a previous term of imprisonment. Sentencing, Judge Gary Woodhall said: "You offered no explanation for your actions under interview after being arrested. You said you had had too much to drink, in combination with your prescription. The explanation can be deduced that you are a serial offender for exposing yourself in public. This is your 12th conviction related to exposing yourself in public. "I have no authority to make this sentence consecutive to your current sentence, something I would have done had I had the power to do so. You pose a high risk of contact sexual offending. You live a lonely existence with limited if any support. The offence is aggravated very significantly by your previous convictions and because the offence was committed on licence. "I'm perfectly satisfied that only a custodial sentence can be justified. You must now understand that if you keep committing these offences, you will simply keep getting prison sentences." Fearnley-Hill was also handed a 10-year notification requirement and told to pay a victim surcharge. NEWSLETTER: Sign up for CheshireLive email direct to your inbox here READ NEXT: Crewe chippy manager's 'heartbreak' after car crashes into shop Chester is the most beautiful city in the world, according to science 'I'm really lucky to still be here' says Chester florist who overcame terminal cancer diagnosis M53 in Ellesmere Port to shut for huge abnormal load heading to Essar's Stanlow refinery Cheshire man, 54, killed in car crash in Holmes Chapel
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