December 2018

Pervert pled guilty to possessing images of children being abused and bestiality

A 22-year-old man has received lengthy supervision for being in possession of animal and child abuse images.

Perv Steven Little, of Whitletts Road in Ayr, admitted having indecent photos or pseudo-photos of children and being in possession of extreme pornographic images involving bestiality.

Little appeared at Ayr Sheriff Court for sentencing.

Solicitor John Gallagher said Sheriff Desmond Leslie had “a comprehensive report” on the creep.

Mr Gallagher said: “There is a very specific disposal recommended to him.

“But I have to say that I would concur with the person’s thoughts on the high tariff community payback order with lengthy supervision.

“If my lord is satisfied on that suggestion then I’m quite happy.”

Turning his attention to Little, Sheriff Leslie said: “Mercifully for your point of view, matters came to a head with this interest you had – which could’ve been explored further – and police challenged you.

“You will comply with the supervision and take part in the Moving Forward Making Changes programme. Your liberty will be restricted for three months.”

Little pled guilty to having indecent photos or pseudo-photos of children between February 28 and May 23, 2018 at Russell Drive in Ayr.

He also admitted being in possession of extreme pornographic images depicting in an explicit and realistic way an act which involved bestiality between May 17 and May 23, 2018, also at Russell Drive.

The perv was sentenced to three years supervision, tagged for three months and ordered to take part in Moving Forward Making Changes programme.

Little was also placed on the sex offenders’ register.

His mobile and laptop were forfeited.