A socially isolated man, has been spared jail term after pleading guilty to charges of pestering teenage girls to commit sex acts online.
Bryan Anthony Bowen approached two girls on Facebook, sending them obscene messages and asking for naked pictures, according to the Daily Post. .
Judge Rhys Rowland said that Bowen, 26, of Welshpool, was ‘small in stature and emotionally inadequate’, saying he would have a hard time in prsion. .
Bowen, who had no previous convictions, sent a 15-year-old girl messages saying, ‘Do you want to f***?’ and ‘I will f*** you for your birthday present.’ .
When police searched his laptop they found he had previously approached a 13-year-old girl with a series of messages, including one saying she was, ‘Fit as f***.’ .
Judge Rowland handed Bowen, who has learning difficulties and went to a special school, a 48-week prison sentence suspended for two years. He will register as a sex offender for 10 years.