'Four time flasher' appears at Belfast court
Published 30/04/2013 | 17:10
A man appeared in court today accused of four flashing offences in Belfast on the same day.
Jason Leonard Shaw is also alleged to have breached sex offender notification requirements by giving a bogus address to police.
Shaw (43) with an address at Willowholme Drive, Belfast, was remanded in custody until later this week.
He is charged with four counts of exposing his genitals with the intention of causing alarm or distress.
All of the alleged incidents occurred at undisclosed locations within the city on March 14.
Shaw is further charged with being a person subject to notification requirements who gave police an address he knew to be false.
A PSNI officer told Belfast Magistrates' Court she could connect the accused with all of the alleged offences.
Defence lawyer Pat Kelly sought an adjournment for more time to check out a proposed bail address.
Shaw is expected to formally apply to be released when he appears again on Thursday.