A thirty-something from Kortrijk risks a year’s delay because he waited 10 times for young women on the street and then abuses one-self before their eyes or showed his manhood.
“I had just gotten a divorce and had a particularly difficult time,” D. tried to defend himself. “But it was wrong. I also let myself be guided continuously so that this can no longer happen.”
In the period from August 2017 to February 2018, D. scared a dozen young women, even a few minors. The man always worked in the same way. He searched for potential victims who were alone on the road at night, on foot or by bike.
He first followed them for a while, then caught up with them and stopped a little further. The moment the victims passed by his car, he got out, put down his pants, and showed his manhood. In some cases, he also abuses one-self in front of the eyes of his victims.
The mother of one of the women who received the unenviable honor of crossing D.’s path took a photo of his car with her smartphone. Faced with that one fact, the man spontaneously admitted that he had made a total of a dozen mistakes.
“My client had a particularly difficult time because of his divorce,” his lawyer explained. “We must nuance the facts. D. is not a sexual predator, quite the contrary. He now has a new relationship with great prospects. He will no longer commit such facts and has been guided, on his own initiative, for some time to prove that. A verdict on April 24.