Man, 39, ex­posed him­self to boys

Macclesfield Express - - BEFORE THE BENCH - STU­ART GREER

APERVERT is fac­ing jail for com­mit­ting sex acts in front of young boys in a park.

Chris­tian Thomas Tay­lor, 39, en­gaged in sex­ual ac­tiv­ity twice at Bolling­ton Recre­ation Ground in March and June.

The first in­ci­dent hap­pened be­tween March 1 and 31 in front of a 12-year-old boy.

Tay­lor, from Mac­cles­field, then re­turned to the same place on June 18 and per­formed a sim­i­lar sex act in front of an 11-yearold. While ex­pos­ing him­self he then invited the vic­tim to touch him.

At Ch­ester Crown Court Tay­lor, of Per­cy­vale Street, ad­mit­ted two charges of en­gag­ing in sex­ual ac­tiv­ity in the pres­ence of a child un­der 13 for the pur­pose of ob­tain­ing sex­ual grat­i­fi­ca­tion, and one charge of in­cit­ing a child un­der 13 to en­gage in sex­ual ac­tiv­ity.

Ap­pear­ing via video link from prison in front of Judge Ni­cholas Wood­ward, Tay­lor was re­manded in cus­tody to be sen­tenced at the same court on Au­gust 17.

The pro­ba­tion ser­vice will now in­ter­view Tay­lor to as­cer­tain what led to his of­fend­ing with a view to rec­om­mend­ing what type of pun­ish­ment he should get.

Tay­lor will have to sign on to the Sex Of­fend­ers’ Reg­is­ter for a num­ber of years.

This means he will be re­quired to no­tify the po­lice if he changes his name or ad­dress, or plans to travel out­side the UK.

Po­lice launched a manhunt on July 4 after re­ports of sus­pi­cious be­hav­iour near the toi­lets and skate park at the recre­ation ground on Adling­ton Road, Bolling­ton.

They is­sued an ap­peal with a de­scrip­tion and within a week Tay­lor had been ar­rested.

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He per­formed a sex act in front of a child

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