Suspected Brighton flasher sent for trial by jury

Posted On 26 Nov 2010 at 12:52 pm

Suspected flasher committed for crown court trial

A suspected flasher has been sent for trial at Lewes Crown Court by Brighton magistrates.

Paul Goodenough, 39, of Sandes Place in Leatherhead, Surrey, is due to have a trial date set at a plea and case management hearing on Friday 17 December.

He faces a jury trial on three charges.

Two of the charges accuse him of knowingly or recklessly trespassing on premises with intent to commit a sexual offence.

The third charge is that he exposed himself.

The first two charges relate to incidents in Ditchling Road, Brighton, on Sunday 16 August last year, and Gratwicke Road, Worthing, on Sunday 31 January this year.

The exposure charge, for intentionally exposing his genitals intending that someone would see them and be caused harm or distress, follows an incident in Brighton on Sunday 21 February.

He was remanded on bail.

  1. ellen Reply

    What happened in court on the 17th dec???? Anyone know???

  2. Frank le Duc Reply

    Ellen, an update has been posted at which you can reach by clicking on the report – under Related Posts – headlined Trial date set for suspected Brighton flasher.

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