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Sheffield Crown Court heard on March 11 how Colin Norfolk, 67, of Richmond Road, Sheffield, was placed on a prevention of sexual abuse order after racking up repeated convictions for indecent assault.

James Baird, prosecuting, said the SHPO banned Norfolk from wearing clothing that facilitated the indecent exposure of his genitals in a public place.

But Mr Baird added that between February and September 2020 police had difficulty locating and monitoring Norfolk in his flat and when he was seen he was obstructing so a camera was installed at the outside his home to capture his movements.

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Pictured is Colin Norfolk, 67, of Richmond Road, Sheffield, who was sentenced by Sheffield Crown Court to 24 months in custody after pleading guilty to four counts of breaching a sexual abuse prevention order and was sentenced to a further eight weeks in detention. relating to the activation of a previously imposed suspended prison sentence.

Mr Baird said: ‘He was seen on camera and arrested leaving the flat wearing a coat, hat and short floral miniskirt that came to just above his knees and flip flops .

“When he was taken into custody, it was discovered that he was not wearing any underwear.”

The SHPO also prohibited Norfolk from possessing devices capable of securing unauthorized images and that such devices should be available for inspection and that it should cooperate with the police.

Mr Baird said police initially attended the Norfolk home on October 18, 2020, and when he did not answer the door, the camera later showed him leaving the property, which proved that he had been present during the visit, according to Mr. Baird.

The court heard that on November 17, 2020, Norfolk was then captured on camera wearing the item of clothing – the miniskirt – which could have facilitated indecent exposure.

Officers then searched the Norfolk flat and six mobile phones were seized and only one had actually been registered with police.

Mr Baird said police also tried to execute a search warrant at the Norfolk flat but he refused to answer the door and after he began to force entry he told them said he would have answered but that he was changing.

Norfolk, which has previous convictions including SHPO offences, pleaded guilty to four counts of breaching its SHPO by failing to make itself available to police, wearing clothing designed to facilitate the exposure to modesty, possessing undeclared telephones and not answering his door. police.

Defending Ian West said: “He tells me he had a revelation in mid-December 2020 and he decided he needed to change his ways.

“That kind of behavior. Dressing up and obstructing the police was clearly not to his advantage and things had gotten totally out of control.

Mr West added that Norfolk no longer wore dresses or other women’s clothing, not even at home.

Judge Rachael Harrison told Norfolk: ‘Taking all four counts together you have presented, in my view, a continuing offence.

She added: “You’re treating this like some kind of game. It’s not. Your situation is seriously aggravated by your previous convictions.

Judge Harrison sentenced Norfolk to 24 months in custody and he was sentenced to an additional eight weeks in custody due to the activation of a previously issued suspended prison sentence.

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