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Pervert Flasher Banned From His Home After Neighbour Wins Court Case

Pervert Flasher Banned From His Home After Neighbour Wins Court Case

A woman has won a case to stop a pervert from returning to his home after he repeatedly exposed his penis to her.

Kenneth Ward flashed his neighbour, Mandy Dunford, over a ten year period in a bid to drive her out of her home. Ironically, he's driven himself out by being a dirty perv.

According to the Daily Mail, he would wear just boots and socks and hide in bushes, waiting for Mandy to appear. He would then masturbate in front of her for up to eight hours a day. Jesus.

He even climbed a ladder so he could show her his penis over a wall.

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In 2011, he was chucked in prison for five years for possessing a cache of arms, including a loaded Luger pistol and for, you know, the fact he was exposing himself to his neighbour almost every day.

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He was due to return back to his home next week after serving his time inside, but North Yorkshire Police asked amend a Sexual Offence Prevention Order. They were successful, and now he can't access an area roughly five miles around his house. Not only does that mean he can't return to the house his family has owned since 1640, but it's also made him homeless.

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Judge Armstrong said: "I have no confidence if he was able to return he would behave in such a way as to enable Miss Mandy Dunford to live peacefully and calmly in her home."

Serves him right or a bit harsh? Leave your comments below.

Words by Mel Ramsay

Featured image credit: SWNS

Topics: Court Case, Home, Banned

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay has been a Senior Journalist for Tyla and LADbible since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her - [email protected]