Disgusting act of 'buffoon' shopper that saw him end up on sex offender's register after drunkenly trying to buy booze | The Sun

Disgusting act of 'buffoon' shopper that saw him end up on sex offender's register after drunkenly trying to buy booze | The Sun

A DRUNK shopper was placed on the sex offenders' register after trying to pay for booze using his todger.

Guy Willis dropped his pants and trousers and asked the horrified shopkeeper: "Can I pay with this?"

He then swiped his privates over the chip and pin machine at the store in Warrington.

Willis, 34, was slapped with a community order and placed on the sex offender register for five years.

He must also carry out a 30-day rehabilitation activity requirement days and a 90-day alcohol monitoring requirement.

Warrington Magistrates' Court heard how sozzled Willis carried out the "highly unpleasant" act at 1pm on April 30.

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The disgusted shop assistant told him to pull his pants up and pay for the alcohol.

Willis was identified through CCTV and gave no comment answers to police after he was arrested.

His lawyer Gary Heaven said Willis had been drinking at the time and no other customers or children were present in the shop.

But he admitted: "I struggle to find from my experience a more misjudged example of buffoonery than this.

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"He was always going to be identified and come to the attention of the police. One has to question what on earth was in his mind at the time."

Willis, who must also pay £350 court costs, denied exposure but was convicted by JPs after a trial.

The creep has six previous convictions for 11 offences including stealing two bottles of wine from a shop.


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