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A FLASHER has been slapped with an Asbo ban­ning him from Dids­bury’s Fog Lane Park.

An­toine Ra­maud was seen ex­pos­ing him­self and per­form­ing lewd acts on three oc­ca­sions, over a six-day pe­riod, in broad day­light. His vic­tims in­cluded three teenagers.

He was ar­rested on June 24 after the teenager – who had seen him pre­vi­ously – alerted po­lice on pa­trol.

The 27-year-old, of Clare­mont Road, Sale, ad­mit­ted charges of out­rag­ing pub­lic de­cency.

He was sentenced to a three-year com­mu­nity or­der with a re­quire­ment to at­tend a sex of­fender treat­ment pro­gramme, and banned from the park for five years. Choir is to per­form a mov­ing con­cert of re­mem­brance to mark the cen­te­nary of the Great War.

The con­cert will fea­ture Faure’s Re­quiem, El­gar’s With Proud Thanks­giv­ing, and the Last Post, among oth­ers.

It takes place at 7.30pm on Satur­day, De­cem­ber 6 at Em­manuel Church on Bar­low Moor Road, Dids­bury.

Tick­ets are priced at £9 (or £6 for con­ces­sions) and are avail­able on the door, on­line at manch­ester­bach­choir. com or by call­ing 366 0532.

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