Southampton flasher left women ‘badly frightened’
A sex offender flashed two women walking their dogs in a Hampshire country lane.
Robert Oakley exposed himself to two women out walking their dogs on separate occasions, a court heard.
The 51-year-old, of Lyons Street, Southampton, followed his victims before pleasuring himself in front of them in Frog Lane, Fordingbridge.
Both were left “badly frightened”.
During sentencing, Judge Gary Burrell QC said that Oakley “seemed quite belligerent and arrogant” during his trial.
He said: “This sort of offence can sometimes lead to contact offences.
“You badly frightened both of these women. One was quite robust about it but the other was clearly frightened and scared by your behaviour. She was upset.”
He added: “You have exposed yourself to women before, but these offences are still aggravating factors.
“They were alone and where no one was around, and they were therefore vulnerable.”
For the offences which happened on January 25 and 28 last year, he was jailed for six months and made the subject of a five-year restraining order against one of his victims.
He must sign on as a sex offender for seven years.