A dressing gown-clad serial flasher has been placed on the sex offenders register.
Dean McCaskill lifted his robe to expose himself to a woman in the Kinross High Street on the morning of October 12, 2017, Perth Sheriff Court heard.
The 32-year-old, who lives in the High Street, admitted making eye contact with his 55-year-old victim, who was in her car, before flashing.
He also pled guilty to exposing his naked torso to the same woman and another female of a similar age two weeks previously, on September 30, 2017, at the same location.
Defence solicitor Aime Allan said McCaskill was embarrassed by his behaviour, which he claimed came after a period of “carry on” with the women, which included waving at them.
“He accepts his actions but cannot offer an explanation for them,” said Ms Allan.
“He had seen both of these women before, it started off as a carry on, waving back and forward. He accepts that on these occasions he went too far and his behaviour was stupid.
“He is embarrassed to find himself in front of the court for sexual matters.”
Procurator fiscal Robert Brown said the witness drove away and phoned the police after the second incident.
“The complainer was in her car and the accused had his left leg out,” he said.
“He was looking directly at her and grabbed hold of the bottom of his dressing gown and exposed his erect penis.
“She drove away and reported the matter to the police.”
Sheriff Keith O’Mahony deferred sentencing until February 28 for background reports but immediately placed McCaskill on the sex offenders register.
“I am satisfied that your motivation was sexual,” he said.
McCaskill denied another charge of behaving in a threatening and abusive manner by repeatedly attempting to engage with the two women, staring at them, waving and blowing kisses while wearing a dressing gown. This was accepted by the court.