Voyeur’s’ strip game with girls

A VOYEURISTIC man from Huntingdon escaped jail after being found guilty of playing a stripping game with two teenage girls. Brian Jolley, 24, who lived at Godeby Court at the time of the offences, played strip snap and strip pontoon with two 13-year-old

A "VOYEURISTIC" man from Huntingdon escaped jail after being found guilty of playing a stripping game with two teenage girls.

Brian Jolley, 24, who lived at Godeby Court at the time of the offences, played strip snap and strip pontoon with two 13-year-olds last summer.

The mother of one of the girls had been out playing bingo at the time, Peterborough Crown Court heard on Thursday, when Judge Nicholas Coleman told Jolley he was "in a position of trust" with the girls and that his actions were "voyeuristic".

He said: "You persuaded them to take off their clothes and you watched them parade around in your home. You found the girls attractive and exciting.


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"It was an opportunistic offence but I suspect you harboured a desire for the girls prior to that evening, otherwise you would not have encouraged them.

"This offence does not cross the custody threshold but it is by a narrow margin. The sooner you learn what can and cannot be done, the better. Thankfully, the long-term effects (of your actions) are not too serious."

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Jolley was sentenced after his conviction in August. He was found guilty on three counts of sexual activity with a child. He was cleared of eight similar charges. He was given a three-year community rehabilitation order and placed on the sex offenders' register.

He was also banned from working with children under the age of 16 and ordered to contribute £250 towards prosecution costs.

Jolley, who had no previous convictions, had denied the 11 charges of sexual activity with a child. He declined to comment after the case.

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