A 25-STONE man in his 40s who received a suspended sentence last year after he posed as a teenage girl on Facebook has now been jailed.
Nicholas Charles Walker was sentenced to 11 months in custody for accessing adult porn sites, in breach of a sexual offences prevention order (SOPO) imposed last September.
Walker had been staying at the bail hostel at Ruabon near Wrexham, because of an outcry in his home village of Aberffraw on Anglesey after the original offences became known.
But staff at the Plas y Wern hostel found his behaviour suspicious and called North Wales Police who found he had deleted the internet history on his mobile phone, said prosecuting barrister Simon Rogers at Mold Crown Court.
Judge Rhys Rowlands, said that he would be sentenced on that basis although he was sceptical.
If he had been on entirely legal sites then there would have been no need to delete the history, the judge said.
Walker had received a 50-week jail term suspended for two years after he admitted downloading indecent images of children from the internet, and making a threat to kill a 17-year-old boy who he met on Facebook posing as a teenage girl and persuaded him to perform a sexual act on a webcam.
Judge Rowlands said the defendant, said to be obsessed with images of children and those of young adult males, would have to serve nine months of the original 50 week suspended sentence – with an additional two months for breaching the SOPO.
“There are very real concerns about you and the risk you pose,” the judge said.