MAS­TUR­BAT­ING PCSO AVOIDS JAIL

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SPI­DER-MAMS: Comic leg­end Stan Lee plants smacker on busty Ka­ley A PO­LICE Com­mu­nity Sup­port Of­fi­cer has dodged jail af­ter be­ing found guilty of out­rag­ing pub­lic de­cency by wank­ing in his car on his way home from work.

PCSO Kelvin Macken­zie, 49, ap­peared at Chelms­ford Crown Court yes­ter­day af­ter be­ing caught red-handed in St Al­bans on July 30, 2014.

He was driv­ing slowly along the road as he watched a woman walk down the street.

Cy­clist Adam Barnes said he was over­taken by Macken­zie just be­fore 5pm and was shocked to see the PCSO plea­sur­ing him­self in his red Re­nault Me­gane.

He told the court: “When he drew level I could see that he was strug­gling. I as­sumed he was try­ing to put his seat belt on but as I looked in the win­dow I could see what he was do­ing.

“The pas­sen­ger win­dow was open. I saw his pe­nis in his hand. It was erect. He was go­ing up and down with his right hand. His left hand was on the steer­ing wheel.

“He was look­ing straight ahead. There was a girl walk­ing on my side of the pave­ment, about 16-17, slim, in a skirt.”

Alex Rooke, pros­e­cut­ing, told the court that Macken­zie’s eyes ‘ap­peared to be fixed’ on the teenage girl as he drove along.

The for­mer sol­dier, who be­came a PCSO in 2005 af­ter serv­ing with the Royal Anglian Reg­i­ment, claimed it was not him in the car and that some­one must have ‘ cloned’ his num­ber plates.

He told the court he had just fin­ished his shift at St Al­bans Po­lice Sta­tion at 4.30pm and that he was driv­ing home to Hol­beach, Lincs.

Macken­zie was im­me­di­ately sus­pended from his job with Hert­ford­shire Po­lice af­ter the al­le­ga­tions came to light and has now been sacked.

He claimed he didn’t drive down the road the wit­nesses claimed to have seen him on, but his claims were re­jected by a jury last month and he was found guilty of out­rag­ing pub­lic de­cency.

Judge Christo­pher Mor­gan de­cided not to jail him, but handed him a one-year com­mu­nity or­der, where he must com­plete 100 hours of un­paid work plus pay £1,000 costs.

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