'Well Dressed Pervert' Caught Watching Extreme Porn In A Public Library

A mans caught on camera watching several 'extreme' pornographic videos in a public library.

He was described as 'well dressed' and 'not your stereotypical pervert' by the person who captured the footage, which might be a compliment, or might not. There are altogether too many perverts out there who take absolutely no care for their appearance.

The fairly brazen browsing session took place at around 11:45am on in Crawley Library in - you've guessed it - Crawley, West Sussex. One of the other people using the library, Chris Winfield, noticed the bloke was sitting at a computer watching a whole host of raunchy videos.

Initially, Chris thought the whole situation was a bit funny and began filming - presumably to have an interesting story to tell the lads down the pub - but then things became a little bit darker.

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Credit: Kennedy News and Media

The nature of the videos that the man was watching took a nosedive into the more extreme corners of an already fairly sordid adult industry.

In one of the videos, Chris said a man had one arm restrained in a scene that 'looked like rape.'

Exactly what the guy was watching, we'll never know. It might have been pretty innocuous, and definitely nothing criminal.

That said, we can all surely agree that people should confine their adult watching - whatever particular genre that may be - to a less public space than a library.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Even worse than that, throughout the entire time that this guy was getting his kicks from watching the videos, children were browsing through books just a short distance away.

Also in the video, an elderly lady taps away on a nearby computer, completely oblivious to the scene unfolding around her.

That was when Chris decided he'd had enough. He stopped filming and went to report the man to a member of staff.

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Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Chris, 31, said: "The bloke was in his mid to late 30s and was fairly respectable looking.

"He was very well dressed, had clean clothes - he wasn't the stereotypical weirdo pervert.

"There were loads of children and young adults in the library at the time standing nearby and looking at books.

"It's vile to do something so brazen and graphic in front of children.

"We live in a world where people pretty much do what they want and if that's what he likes fair enough but there's a time and a place for everything.

"That's not the place or the time, it's totally wrong. He didn't have a care in the world, it was just weird."

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Credit: Kennedy News and Media

It certainly is.

He continued: "I looked up and the next thing I know I'm looking at that and thinking 'wow, hello what's going on here?'

"His phone was plugged into the machine and it looked like he was doing it off his phone. He was sat there twiddling and picking his ears watching extreme, hardcore porn, it was beyond inappropriate.

"He was going from one file to another loading it up and sitting there watching them.

"It was definitely from his device because if that just came up on your computer you'd get rid of it straight away or you'd go up to the counter to report it, but he was just sitting there quite comfortably.

"The first thing I thought is 'I've got to get this on video' but after a while I thought it was getting a bit disgusting so I switched the video off and went to tell the lady behind the counter.

"She jumped out of her chair, ran straight over to him and asked him to remove his devices and leave.

"He disconnected his devices, got up and left without kicking off. He didn't look embarrassed at all."

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Credit: Kennedy News and Media

West Sussex County Council has since confirmed that they're looking into the incident.

A spokesperson said: "Understandably the member of public was shocked by what he witnessed.

"This sort of behaviour, as reported, is completely unacceptable, but actually incredibly rare in our libraries.

"Immediately when this incident was brought to our attention our library staff asked the individual to leave the premises.

"We have robust internet restrictions in place.

"We are currently investigating how he came to access such material on a library computer.

"Anyone found to be flouting our Acceptable Use Policy can expect to be suspended from using library computers."

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Tom Wood

Tom Wood is a freelance journalist and LADbible contributor. He graduated from University of London with a BA in Philosophy before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. He has previously written for the M.E.N Group as well as working for several top professional sports clubs. Contact him on [email protected]

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