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33-year-old Mauritian jailed in Ireland for exhibitionism 

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33-year-old Mauritian jailed in Ireland for exhibitionism 
Oldbridge House is a 18th century building which houses The Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre.

A 33-year-old Mauritian living in Drogheda, an industrial and port town in County Louth on the east coast of Ireland, 56 km (35 mi) north of Dublin, has been given a four-month jail for exhibitionism.

According to the Irish Independent, Mauritian Hemant Naeck exposed himself, in April, to two women at Oldbridge House, a 18th century building which houses The Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre.

33-year-old Mauritian jailed in Ireland for exhibitionism 
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The centre is famous for live reenactments where guides dress up in replica costumes and recreate the famous of the battle between King William III and his father-in-law King James II in 1690. 

Naeck, pleaded guilty for exposing his genitals “to cause fear, distress or alarm to another person”.

Fitzwilliam Court’s Judge McKiernan was told that Neck had no previous convictions.

Solicitor Barry Callan said his client had little to offer by way of explanation.

He was out of employment at the time and suffering from the effects of lockdown. He was very embarrassed.

The Mauritian has been eleven years in Ireland. He worked as a general operative in a local factory, earning €400 per week.

Naek was single and has no dependents in this country.

Mr Callan added he didn’t put the two ladies to the trouble of giving evidence.

On the basis of his plea of guilty, Judge McKiernan sentenced him to four months imprisonment, suspended for 12 months.

Original article at Independent Ireland

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