Perv sent dirty pic to girl (15)

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Of­fend­ers’ Reg­is­ter mean­time af­ter he ad­mit­ted send­ing the in­de­cent im­age to the young fe­male from his flat on Novem­ber 6, 2017.

He also pled guilty to send­ing the threat­en­ing mes­sage to the teenage boy on Novem­ber 2, 2017.

A not guilty plea was ac­cepted to a fur­ther charge of re­peat­edly send­ing in­de­cent im­ages to a dif­fer­ent 15-yearold girl.

He fur­ther de­nied that, for the pur­poses of ob­tain­ing sex­ual grat­i­fi­ca­tion or of hu­mil­i­at­ing, dis­tress­ing or alarm­ing an­other teenage girl, who was ini­tially 15, he sent a sug­ges­tive and of­fen­sive Snapchat mes­sage to her be­tween Oc­to­ber 15, 2017, and Jan­uary 12, 2018.

De­pute fis­cal Michael Sweeney said that the 15-year-old boy got to know the ac­cused, who was em­ployed as a chef at the time, through both their works.

But there was an al­ter­ca­tion in­volv­ing the young­ster and an­other per­son and the youth’s em­ploy­ment came to an end.

On Novem­ber 2, 2017, the young­ster re­ceived a mes­sage from Robin­son, de­scrib­ing him as a “daft wee lad­die.”

He told him there was “no need” to mes­sage or threaten other peo­ple as they had “noth­ing to do” with him get­ting the sack.

Robin­son added: “If you re­ally think you will last two sec­onds against me, I will easy meet you.”

He then made the chill­ing threat about crush­ing his skull.

The 15-year-old, who replied: “Ha, ha, ha,” had shown the mes­sage to an­other per­son and ul­ti­mately the po­lice be­came in­volved in Jan­uary of last year.

On Novem­ber 6, 2017, the 15-yearold girl re­ceived the first Snapchat mes­sage re­fer­ring to “bath time” and that was fol­lowed up with the im­age of the ac­cused’s erect pe­nis, along with the caption.

The girl de­cided not to alert her par­ents or the po­lice at that time but had con­fided in a friend.

The po­lice later be­came in­volved, how­ever, on De­cem­ber 16, 2017.

So­lic­i­tor Paul Ralph sub­mit­ted a psy­chi­atric re­port on Robin­son to the court and he will give his plea in mit­i­ga­tion next month.

Sher­iff Keith Ma­hony called for a back­ground re­port, as well as re­stric­tion of lib­erty or­der and Tay Project as­sess­ments be­fore pass­ing sen­tence.

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