Pervert high on sex drugs performed indecent act in Lincoln shop doorways
A drunken shop worker who took herbal sex enhancers and a legal high ended up performing an indecent act in Lincoln High Street.
Zak Luciano Holland, 26, from Witham Town in Boston, was caught on CCTV performing a sex act on himself in front of two women in the doorway of the former Millets store.
He then followed the women down the street, chatted to them and touched one of their legs with his mouth before he repeated the sex act in another doorway, ran back up the street and urinated in the doorway of HMV.
Holland, who was already on the Sex Offender's Register, and committed a similar offence in 2009, admitted outraging public decency at Lincoln Magistrates' Court.
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Mark Hudson, in mitigation, said his client was "thoroughly ashamed" of himself.
He said: "He is still in a relationship with his girlfriend, who has moved out to her mother's house.
"She was extremely upset regarding his recent behaviour, but they seem to have a strong relationship.
"His employer is fully aware of the situation and regards him as a good sales person."
Holland had drunk around 12 pints of alcohol, eaten around six herbal sex enhancers and taken the drug MCAT.
Jane Loader, prosecuting, said: "Other members of the public were walking through the town and most people didn't realise what he was doing."
Holland also admitted stealing vodka from a B&M stores in Boston and threatening a security guard on October 16 last year.
He was also arrested again after fighting in Boston town centre on October 29 and admitted a further charge of using threatening words or behaviour.
District Judge John Stobart deferred sentencing for four months.
He said: "If he commits further offences I want him back in front of me to pass the sentence I should have passed today.
"It's up to him. If he wants to go to prison he can carry on. If he wants to reshape his life he will stay off the bottle and keep out of trouble.
"In four months the court many find a way not to send him to prison but I confess I am not able to think of one today."