Bike clue led to flasher’s arrest
A SERIAL flasher who abandoned his bike after a copper caught him exposing himself was caught after his girlfriend reported the cycle stolen.
Paul Brister, 33, was spotted on several occasions in Ramshead Woods, Seacroft, Leeds, over a six-month period.
A court heard staff working at a company nearby made a string of complaints about seeing Brister.
After his arrest he admitted he would sneak out of work to expose himself and he wanted people to see him.
Brister, of Kentmere crescent, Seacroft, pleaded guilty to three offences of indecent exposure and one of outraging public decency.
He was made the subject of a three-year community order and told to attend a sex offender treatment programme.