Man goes on trial accused of historic sex offences
AMAN has gone on trial accused of historic sex offences against two children.
Glyn Charles Lord, 53, denies indecently assaulting one girl in Macclesfield at several locations.
He also denies sexually assaulting another girl twice on the same day around 10 years later.
Mr Lord, of Nixon Street, Macclesfield, is standing trial at Chester Crown Court.
The jury heard claims from one alleged victim that she was indecently assaulted on a number of occasions over a number of years.
Paulinius Barnes, prosecuting, said: “She describes him as friendly and said she looked forward to seeing him.”
Mr Barnes said: “He would get her to sit on his knee astride him. She only realised what was happening when she got older.
“On another occasion he lay on top of her. At the time she felt squashed and said it hurt.
“On one occasion Lord told her not to tell anyone because no one would believe her.
“She describes one inci- dent when he was aggressive towards her when she refused to go with him.”
A second alleged victim claims Mr Lord sexually assaulted her twice in one day.
Mr Barnes said: “He touched her and got on top of her. She didn’t like it and told her parents, who went to the police.”
Kay Driver, defending Mr Lord, said he denied all the claims.
The trial is being heard by recorder, Eric Lamb.
‘He got on top of her. She didn’t like it and told her parents’