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thousands of others and get the latest Scottish crime and courts news sent straight to your inbox with our daily Criminal Record newsletter. As a respectable church elder and community councillor, Michael Clark acted like a pillar of society. The married grandfather laboured over a perfect cottage garden and kept his country home near Dailly spic and span. The pervert was found guilty of sexual assault and flashing at Ayr Sheriff Court last week as he stood in the dock accused of 11 crimes.

Personality counts more than Ayr image

A year-old girl ran the fastest in her life to escape the lecherous year-old, the court heard. The jury found him guilty of luring her into his bungalow, groping her bottom and pressing himself against her in the summer of The teenager ran off through a field but he jumped in his car and sped after her.

Personality counts more than Ayr image

He turned up at her home but she locked him out. Clark — a former church elder in Dailly and member of the village community council — also exposed himself to an elderly widow. As she drove past his lawn he dropped his trousers, exposing his privates. In another incident, he flashed while sitting in the driving seat of his car after the year-old victim came to his vehicle window. The former management consultant and soldier who worked at Turnberry Hotel has now been added to the sex offenders register. The sex pest struck between andmostly while gardening.

But his protests of innocence crumbled in the court room after the jury found him guilty of five charges. The jury unanimously found him guilty of causing the year-old woman to see his privates and pleasuring himself in front of her. The jury also returned a not guilty verdict that he sexually assaulted and uttered dirty remarks to a year-old lady, and four charges were found not proven. By Sarah Hilley.

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