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A bloke who got "absolutely bladdered” on a day trip to the races ended up in court after performing a sex act on himself and asking a homeowner if he’d “seen his d***”.
Scott McGowan had spent the day at Haydock Park and stopped off in Newton-Le-Willows on his way home – where at about 8:15 on the evening of October 4 last year he decided to urinate on Barry Aviemore’s doorstep.
Mr Aviemore heard the noise and went to investigate. There he found McGowan.
McGowan later told police he had been to the races for a "blow out" and said in an interview he did not remember asking the resident "Have you seen my d***?" as he performed the act outside the man's home.
McGowan, 34, was sentenced for outraging public decency at Liverpool Crown Court after pleading guilty at an earlier hearing, reports the Liverpool Echo.
Simon Christie, prosecuting, told the court that Barry Aviemore heard footsteps outside his home at around 8.15pm.
He then opened the door and "stepped out of the door into a puddle of urine”.
Mr Christie told the court that when asked "What are you doing?" McGowan, of Stirrups Farm Road, Lowton, replied: "Have you seen my d***?".
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When the dad went back inside the house McGowan kicked the door, prompting Mr Aviemore to return and open the door again.
As he did, Mr Christie explained that he was confronted by McGowan again, who continued to perform the act and ask "Have you seen my d***?"
After shutting the door again Mr Aviemore's wife witnessed McGowan continue to perform the act until police arrived 10 minutes later.
Mr Christie told the court that at the time children were in the property, but there was no evidence they witnessed his actions.
Michael Brady, QC, defending, explained McGowan is was in employment and receives a "reasonable income".
He told the judge that he was sure the defendant would comply with probation services.
The court also heard that McGowan was grieving at the time of the offence.
Judge Anil Murray, sentencing, said: "On the evening of October 4 last year you got yourself incredibly drunk and behaved in a shameful way who knows what you were thinking.
"You really upset the people who lived there and you let yourself down."
The judge said: "You got yourself so drunk as to lose control. I understand you were having problems with grief at the time."
McGowan was handed a two-year community order and must complete 10 days Rehabilitation Activity Requirements.
McGowan was also ordered to complete 50 hours of unpaid work and pay £500 in compensation and £180 in costs.
The offence of outraging public decency is not a sexual offence and does not require the offender to sign the Sex Offenders Register.
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