A CREEP told a female police officer he was a DOG and wanted to lick her face.
Pervert Maciej Adamski licked his lips while staring at the alarmed officer and made squelching noises with his mouth as he ignored pleas to stop.
The 20-year-old made inappropriate sexual remarks to the force member regarding buttocks and breasts after he had been arrested for in Aberdeen on June 12.
But Adamski dodged the sex offenders register for his behaviour after the court determined there was no “significant” sexual element to the incident.
A court heard how the yob has been nicked for breaching an anti-social behaviour order.
Fiscal depute Ross Canning told Aberdeen Sheriff Court: “The accused made several inappropriate sexualised comments towards the female police constable regarding legs, hands, buttocks and breasts.
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“The accused stated he was a dog and that he wanted to lick her face. He constantly stared at the female constable for long periods of time throughout the journey, licking his lips and making squelching noises with his mouth.”
Adamski pleaded guilty to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner, and also admitted to breaching the anti-social behaviour order as well.
Defence agent Paul Barnett said the case had a “sexual aspect”, but not a “significant sexual aspect”.
Sheriff Philip Mann agreed, and said the behaviour seemed to be an attempt to “embarrass and intimidate” the officer rather than being “motivated by sexual gratification”.
Mr Barnett said his client had been under the influence of alcohol at the time, but now had a “significantly improved lifestyle” with a better attitude towards drug misuse and a healthy fitness regime.
Sheriff Philip Mann told Adamski: “You’d better watch what you’re doing. You can’t go around behaving in that manner. You’re fortunate, I think, that no issue is being made with regards to the notification requirements of the Sexual Offences Act.
“I’m not going to determine that there’s a significant sexual element, but that’s perhaps fortunate for you. That carries a significant stigma and it’s not something you want alongside your name or in your record.
“That could have serious consequences for your career prospects in life. There are plenty of employers out there who wouldn’t touch you with a barge pole if they thought you were on the sex offenders register.”
He ordered Adamski to complete 260 hours of unpaid work, adding: “Now’s the time to knuckle down and get your life on track.”
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