A pervert with a mannequin fetish and a history of sex offences has admitted to pleasuring himself in public on a train.
Mark Williams, who had previously changed his name from Osian Winters, also breached court orders which had put in place in an attempt to try and curb his behaviour.
The most recent incident occurred on a train between Whitland and Camarthen in Wales December 2021, in which the 28-year-old performed a sex act in the presence of a child, WalesOnline reports.
Williams subsequently pleaded guilty to outraging public decency in an appearance at Swansea Crown Court.
He has a history of previous convictions for sexual offences, including when he exposed himself and performed a sex act in front of a child on the Millennium Coastal Path near Llanelli.
Others include exposing himself in a park and engaging in sexual activity in front of a child.
In 2016 he was made the subject of sexual harm prevention order after being convicted of six counts of causing or inciting a girl under 16 to engage in sexual activity and two counts of possessing indecent images.
These offences related to extensive and sexually explicit online Skype chats he had with a 15-year-old girl.
In September 2018 he was given a community order after being caught on CCTV pleasuring himself while looking at mannequins in the window of Topshop in Carmarthen town centre.
On that occasion the judge told the defendant he 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".
To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.
Whitland warehouse worker Williams has also numerous convictions for breaching court orders designed to control his online activities and the court has previously heard how he played "cat and mouse" with the police by using a smart TV and computers in his local library to try to hide his internet use.
He has also previously been found to be working in a cinema after not fully disclosing his past to his employers.
Williams also has a conviction for failing to promptly tell the police about his change of name from Scott Aaron Williams to Osian Winters.
Sentencing for the outraging public decency matter was adjourned to February 2 for the completion of reports and the defendant was further remanded into custody to that date.
Source: Read Full Article