A security guard who exposed himself to a woman at a students' union in Belfast has been put on the sex offenders' register.
Paul McCamley was placed on the register for five years and ordered to complete 100 hours of community service.
He was also sentenced to 18 months’ probation and told to pay £500 compensation for confronting the victim outside toilets at the Queen's University premises.
The 34-year-old's lawyer said he has now lost his job over what he described as an attempt to have sex with her.
Belfast Magistrates Court heard he committed the offence after saying to the woman: “I have got something you would like to see.”
McCamley, of Green End, Newtownabbey, denied the exposure charge and claimed at first to have instead rejected her advances.
The court was told the woman was left “shaking, shocked and ashen-faced” following the incident in June 2009.
She had been out with friends at a pub quiz in one of the students' union bars when she said the accused approached her.
McCamley, who was employed by a private firm to carry out security, accepted being in the same bar as her once his shift was over.