Registered disabled Christopher Williams, 49, from Rishton, says he has a heart condition, asthma and rheumatoid arthritis and has been told by medics to exercise and lose weight.
But, a court heard, he has been prevented from entering parks, play areas and country parks and from joining or attending any sports, educational or leisure clubs under a sexual offences prevention order.
Those, of course, being the only places anyone can ever lose weight. It can’t possibly be done in your own room, oh no.
Don’t even go there. It’s like a law of nature, or something…
Williams, currently living in a probation hostel in Carlisle, was spared immediate jail and given a suspended prison termhe is still subject to in April, after a “serious “breach” of the SOPO.He and another pervert who had been sharing Williams’s then home of two years in Edward Street, Rishton, let children in the property, even though both were prohibited from having youngsters where they were living.
Lancashire Police, who say he could go walking in the nearby Lake District or around Carlisle and have claimed Williams had said he didn’t play golf, objected and the justices refused.
Williams then appealed their decision at Burnley Crown Court, where a judge and two magistrates allowed him more freedom to try and get fit, but only at certain times, when youngsters will be in their lessons, and not during school holidays.
Why not just throw it out and tell him to go buy a Wii and eat less?