Yeovil sex fiend who exposed himself to 99-year-old strikes again
A YEOVIL man stood naked in his bedroom and committed a sex act in full view of anyone passing by in the street – just three months after indecently exposing himself to a 99-year-old woman and another aged 80.
Ngiphile Ngema, 20, of Preston Road, pleaded guilty to two offences of exposure on August 4 when he appeared at Taunton Crown Court last week.
The court heard how he stood naked in his bedroom and committed a sex act in full view of anyone passing by in the street – just three months after indecently exposing himself to a 99-year-old woman and another aged 80.
He appeared to be standing on the window sill when he was seen from the opposite side of the road just before 1am on August 4, the court was told.
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The curtains were drawn back and he later said he was on his bed and would have closed the curtains if he had seen anyone outside.
He denied trying to get a thrill from it, said Caroline Bolt, prosecuting.
Judge Graham Hume Jones said Ngema was close to going to prison for the offences.
He added: "This sort of behaviour causes considerable distress to people.
"Fortunately for you, this time it was in your own home although people could see and I have no doubt you were doing it on purpose in the window."
Ngema was previously convicted after exposing himself to two pensioners at a Yeovil retirement park.
He left a 99-year-old and an 80-year-old resident shocked and distressed when he exposed himself to them at Rustywell Park, near Ninesprings, and after being arrested confessed to police that he fantasised about older women.
South Somerset and Mendip Magistrates' Court heard in July how an 80-year-old resident was out walking on May 1 when she saw Ngema.
She thought he was ill because his hand was shaking. But she quickly realised he had exposed himself and appeared to be performing a sex act.
The resident complained to the manager of the retirement park and was left shocked and distressed, magistrates heard.
On the second occasion Ngema exposed himself to a 99-year-old woman who recognised him as having seen him in the area before.
After he exposed himself he walked off. When she reported the matter to the police she said she had found the defendant's behaviour unpleasant, disturbing and distressing.
Ngema previously pleaded guilty to two counts of exposing his genitals intending that someone would see them and be caused alarm or distress.
When he appeared before South Somerset Magistrates in July, he was sentenced to a 12-month community order with requirements for supervision and to carry out 150 hours' unpaid work. He was also ordered to sign on the national Sex Offenders' Register for five years but no order was made for compensation or costs.
Last week Ngema was sentenced to a community order with supervision for 36 months, along with a sex offenders' programme and 150 hours' unpaid work.
He was ordered to sign the Sex Offenders' Register for five years.