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Thurso man who exposed himself was 'answering the call of nature' Wick court told


By Ali Morrison

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Wick Sheriff Court.
Wick Sheriff Court.

He pleaded guilty to a charge of breach of the peace.

Also admitting a record of previous offending, Wick Sheriff Court was told that John Burns Glover (54) had been caught short while out for a walk on April 29.

He was "desperate" and relieved himself in Freswick Gardens in Thurso.

Fiscal David Barclay said that he was seen by a woman who reported the incident to the police.

Sentence was deferred on Glover, of Henderson Street, Thurso, until May 31, when a further, unrelated matter, will be considered by Sheriff Ian Miller.

He appeared in court from custody and was further remanded meantime.


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