Did it stand up in court? TEENAGER AC­CUSED OF W*NK­ING DUR­ING TRIAL

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By JOSH WHITE news@sun­daysport.co.uk

A TEENAGER is to stand trial for plea­sur­ing him­self in court after he de­nied out­rag­ing pub­lic de­cency.

Parvin­der Aul­lakh, 19, was hauled be­fore mag­is­trates after he was al­legedly spot­ted per­form­ing the solo sex act in the pub­lic gallery.

Another case was be­ing heard when Aulakh “pulled out his pri­vate parts”, JPs heard.

Aul­lakh de­nied the of­fence and elected for a trial by jury.

Pros­e­cu­tor Vic­to­ria Ojo told Ham­mer­smith Mag­is­trates Court: “It is a case where the de­fen­dant has en­tered the pub­lic gallery in court and it is al­leged that he pulled out his pri­vate parts in pub­lic view and started to mas­tur­bate.”

Shocked lawyers had alerted Dis­trict Judge Ken­neth Grant to Aul­lakh’s al­leged an­tics on July 24 this year.

The teenager was then es­corted from court by po­lice, but “con­tin­ued with his ac­tions”, said Ms Ojo.

Aul­lakh, of Feltham, west London, now faces a hear­ing at Isle­worth Crown Court next week.

He was re­leased on un­con­di­tional bail.

DE­NIAL: Parvin­der Aul­lakh

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