Pervert ordered not to delete web history as punishment

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A pervert who tried to force a child to watch a sex act has been told he can only use the internet if he doesn’t delete his user history.

Samuel Thomas Davies was handed a sexual harm prevention order after admitting the charge during a previous hearing at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court.

It involved a young person aged between 13 and 15 who has not been named for legal reasons and happened on June 15 last year.

Davies, 26, of Station Road, Ollerton, was told the order will last for five years.

He is not to have unsupervised contact with anyone under the sage of 16, and only if it is not avoidable or has permission from their legal guardian and they have full knowledge of his conviction and with the approval of social services.

Davies is also not allowed to live in the same household as anyone under 16 unless social services is aware and allows it.

Finally, he can not use the internet or take digital images unless he makes the device available for police inspection, does not delete his internet history or contact anyone under the age of 16 using the net.