Teenage flasher ex­posed him­self in green thong

19-year-old ad­mits stalk­ing lone girl in the street af­ter he was ar­rested with fe­male un­der­wear

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Aper­verted teenager has ad­mit­ted ex­po­sure af­ter pur­su­ing a girl while wear­ing a women’s green thong.

Ky­ron Joseph Sur­tees, 19, stalked his young vic­tim and re­peat­edly pulled down his trousers, a court heard.

He was ar­rested in Mac­cles­field town cen­tre an hour later af­ter a man ‘be­hav­ing sus­pi­ciously’ was re­ported to po­lice.

Sur­tees was still wear­ing the green thong and car­ry­ing a bag con­tain­ing sev­eral more pairs of women’s un­der­wear.

Sur­tees, of per­ci­val Street, Mac­cles­field, ad­mit­ted ex­po­sure at Mac­cles­field mag­is­trates’ court and was sen­tenced to a com­mu­nity or­der with su­per­vi­sion and 100 hours un­paid work.

He must also sign the Sex Of­fend­ers register for five years.

APER­VERTED teenager ex­posed him­self to a girl while wear­ing a woman’s green thong.

Ky­ron Joseph Sur­tees, 19, stalked his vic­tim and re­peat­edly pulled down his trousers, a court heard.

He was later ar­rested still wear­ing the green thong car­ry­ing a bag con­tain­ing sev­eral more pairs of women’s un­der­wear.

Sur­tees, of Per­ci­val Street, Mac­cles­field, ad­mit­ted ex­po­sure at Mac­cles­field mag­is­trates’ court and was sen­tenced to a com­mu­nity or­der with su­per­vi­sion and 100 hours un­paid work.

He must also sign the Sex Of­fend­ers Register for five years.

The court heard that Sur­tees was seen act­ing bizarrely by a woman walk­ing to work along Com­mer­cial Road on June 4 at 9am.

Deb­bie Byrne, pros­e­cut­ing, said: “The wit­ness saw a fe­male walk­ing and a male be­hind her. When they were 5m away her eyes were drawn to the male who she saw pull his jog­ging bot­toms to be­low his knees. She no­ticed he was wear­ing thong-style women’s un­der­wear.

“She was shocked. He made eye con­tact with her but didn’t say any­thing. She was con­cerned for the lone fe­male and watched as the de­fen­dant fol­lowed her to­wards the un­der­pass. He was only one foot be­hind the girl and was low­er­ing his bot­toms.”

She made her way to work and called the po­lice.

The court heard that at 10am the same day po­lice were called to a shop in Mac­cles­field town cen­tre af­ter re­ports of a man be­hav­ing sus­pi­ciously.

Mrs Byrne added: “The de­fen­dant was stopped by po­lice car­ry­ing a Marks and Spencers bag which con­tained sev­eral pairs of women’ thong-style un­der­wear of dif­fer­ent colours.

Dur­ing a search he was found to be wear­ing a green thong.

“Dur­ing in­ter­view Sur­tees told po­lice he had done it to es­cape his own head. He de­scribed his ac­tions as ‘a re­lease valve’. He said it was funny and not for sex­ual kicks.”

Toby Wil­bra­ham, de­fend­ing, said Sur­tees had an ar­gu­ment with his dad the night be­fore, had not slept and drank a bot­tle of vodka.

He added: “With that com­bi­na­tion of events it was like an ex­plo­sion, a vol­cano in his head. To say he is ex­tremely ashamed and em­bar­rassed is a gross un­der­state­ment.”

Sen­tenc­ing, Tony Bo­s­tock, chair of the bench of mag­is­trates, said: “You are deeply ashamed and right you should be.”

‘He was only one foot be­hind the girl and low­er­ing his bot­toms’

l● Ky­ron Sur­tees out­side Mac­cles­field mag­is­trates’ court

●● Ky­ron Joseph Sur­tees leav­ing Mac­cles­field mag­is­trates’ court af­ter he ad­mit­ted ex­pos­ing him­self

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