"Now he finds himself in the dock having pleaded guilty to sexual offences the type of which he has always in the past found disgusting and appalling." He said his client, who was been in employment for the past four years, was very sorry for what he had done and was at a loss to explain why he did it.
Judge Tim Mousley QC said: "I have to sentence you for three sexual offences representing your disgraceful behaviour towards two young girls in the summer of last year.
"The facts of all the offences speak for themselves.
Physically they are not the most serious but it remains that you took advantage of these girls and the threats you uttered to them is a serious aspect of this case and it comes as no surprise to read of the emotional harm they have suffered." "I am told in the pre-sentence report that it is considered that there is a medium risk of your causing harm to children in the future.
Scenes of bare-chested men slugging it out in basements abound and there’s a smug sense of exclusivity – “the first rule about Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club”.