Grangemouth man approached male for sex
A 26-year-old man approached a male at Grangemouth’s Zetland Park Kiosk and asked him to engage in sexual activity with him.
Oscar Fus, 95 Strowan Road, Grangemouth, admitted the offence he committed on December 23 last year.
Sheriff Derek Livingston said: “This is your second offence within a short period of time. I have no doubt it would have caused offence as well as alarm to the people you spoke to – you simply cannot speak to people in this manner.”
Fus was placed on a supervised community payback order for 12 months with the condition he complete 100 hours unpaid work in six months.
He was also placed on the sex offender’s register for 12 months.
Sex offender that exposed himself in public avoids prison
A sex offender that exposed himself in public has avoided a prison sentence
McDonald’s worker Oscar Fus, 23-years-old of Grangemouth appeared at Falkirk Sheriff court where he pleaded guilty to a number of sex offences
The court was told that Fus, had exposed and masturbated himself in public on two separate occasions just weeks after being released from prison. On both occasions he filmed himself whilst carrying out the sex acts.
After being reported by several members of the public, he was apprehended in the local Wetherspoons
Fus also approached a teenage boy and offered him drugs in return for sex.
On another occasion, he followed a 14-year-old boy through a park in an attempt to groom the boy for sex.
Fus avoided a prison sentence and was instead given a community payback order
He was made subject to a supervision order for six months and was told he must complete 60 hours of unpaid work.
Fus was placed on the sex offenders register