October 2015

Man, 31, exposed himself to three teenage girls for ‘perverted gratification’


A pervert exposed himself to three teenage girls while driving around a Bradford school under the influence of drink, a court heard.

Mohammed Nadeem, 31, of Ryan Street, West Bowling, Bradford, pursued his victims, aged 16, 17 and 18, in a silver Ford Focus on September 3.

Nadeem pleaded guilty to three offences of indecent exposure, on three separate occasions, between 1.30pm and 8.25pm.

Prosecutor Paul Nicholson said his first victim, aged 18, was near Bradford Academy in Teasdale Street, East Bowling.

Nadeem followed her in his car and she saw him holding his penis in his right hand.

The teenager reported the matter to the police.

Half an hour later, Nadeem struck again in nearby Bolling Hall Road, Mr Nicholson said.

He pulled up at speed next to a 17-year-old student and wound down his window.

“He was nervous and stuttering and had his trousers down to his knees,” Mr Nicholson told the court.

The third teenager, aged 16, had previously been assessed as being at risk of sexual exploitation, making her particularly vulnerable.

Nadeem pulled down his trousers and exposed himself.

The girl, who was visiting her sister, fled into a building to escape.

She later told the police: “I can’t sleep. All I can see is the man’s face.”

Mr Nicholson said the police logged other calls from the public that day expressing concern about a silver Ford Focus circling the area.

Nadeem had previous convictions for dishonesty but no sexual offences on his record.

Judge Mark Savill told Nadeem: “What you did was quite appalling and unforgivable.

“For your own perverted gratification, you pursued young women in your car, under the influence of drink and/or drugs.”

But Judge Savill said the public would be best served if Nadeem was treated in the community, rather than being sent to jail and receiving no specialist help.

He sentenced him to a three year community order, with 100 hours of unpaid work, and sex offender treatment programmes with the probation service.

He was banned from driving for 12 months and must sign on the sex offenders’ register for five years.

A Sexual Harm Prevention Order protects his victims from any contact in the future.

COURT: Flasher Moham-med Nadeem