charles_omishoreA thief and crack addict who has preyed on the gay community for more than a decade has finally been banned from entering any public toilet in the whole of Westminster and Camden.

In an ASBO ruling thought to be the first of its kind, Charles Omishore, 32, has been banned by magistrates from setting foot anywhere in the West End, which stretches from Westminster into Camden.

But the loo ban means Omishore, who was staying with a friend in the borough, can’t enter any public toilet in either borough for five years.

Last Friday Westminster Magistrates’ Court granted the order after hearing about a string of offences in which Omishore typically pick-pocketed his male victims while engaging in sexual activity and then making off with wallets, mobile phones and other valuables.

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A “SEXUAL predator” football coach who worked in Sydenham and Penge has been jailed for two years for assaulting a teenager.

Police are now concerned Marlon Barnes, of Dartmouth Road, Sydenham, may have committed similar crimes in the past.

The Old Bailey heard how the victim, a 16-year old boy, attended a training session run by Barnes, aged 41, on March 30 at the Alexandra recreation ground, off Alexandra Road, Penge.

The youngster hurt his groin during training and stayed behind at the end of the session.

Barnes then used the injury as an excuse to sexually assault him on the football pitch.

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A 39-year-old Polish man was filmed while having intercourse with a horse in a field.

Blackburn magistrates heard Grzegorz Suliga was seen feeding horses and ‘rubbing them in an affectionate manner’ before he had sex with a brown horse and walked out of the field.

He was arrested two weeks later, sitting in the same field drinking beer with the horses around him.

Suliga, of Hollin Bridge Street, Blackburn, pleaded guilty to sexual penetration of a horse. He was remanded on bail for a pre-sentence report. He was put on the Sex Offender Register.

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An Asian takeaway owner has been jailed for 15 years after paying under-age girls for sex and inciting others to become child prostitutes.

Now detectives are also investigating possible links to the child sex ring gang in Rochdale who were jailed last week, it was revealed today.

Azad Miah, 44, targeted his victims in what the prosecution at Carlisle Crown Court described as a ‘cold, clinical exploitation of the desperate and vulnerable.’

The married father-of-four paid for the sexual services of two teenagers who were both introduced to him by the same woman.

One of those girls was encouraged to have sex with him out of desperation for cash when she was 15, while he had a sexual relationship with the other, a heroin addict, when she was aged between 15 and 17.

A jury also found the Bangladeshi national guilty yesterday of inciting three other girls, one as young as 12, into prostitution, while running a brothel above his former Spice of India shop in Carlisle city centre.

Miah groomed vulnerable white girls as young as 12 for paid sex and told one of his five child victims: ‘In my country it doesn’t matter about age’.

He saw the girls as ‘fresh meat’ and sent hundreds of text messages promising to give them drugs, alcohol and money in return for sex.

Those who defiantly resisted his advances were branded ‘white trash’ .

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A FLASHER was yesterday warned he faces jail – after a photo he posed for with Big Brother host Davina McCall helped nail him.

In the snap Timothy O’Garrow, 22, was wearing a blue headband witnesses had described.

The volunteer worker denied owning one until cops found the pic, taken during filming for a sexual health programme.

Southwark Crown Court heard the pervert roamed housing estates near his home in Hoxton, North London, spying on women for four months.

One witness told how he saw O’Garrow watching a woman in a nightie with his trousers down and playing with himself.

O’Garrow, who has a conviction for assaulting an ex, denied three counts of exposing himself and one of voyeurism. He faces sentence next month. Judge Peter Fingret told him: “All options are open.”