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Drinker assaulted two girls at house in Inverness

By Court Reporter

A MAN who pulled one girl’s shorts down and invited another to kiss him broke down in tears in court this week.

Krzysztof Typiak (39) committed the offences while drunk at an address in Inverness in February last year.

Typiak, of Kenneth Street, Inverness, admitted two charges of sexual assault, having previously told police the offences “absolutely did not happen”.

Details of the victims cannot be revealed for legal reasons.

Inverness Sheriff Court heard Typiak later told someone what had happened – and that they in turn told his wife.

His marriage subsequently broke down and Typiak’s business suffered, the court heard. He now lives in homeless accommodation.

Solicitor Marc Dickson said Typiak was a heavy drinker whose alcohol consumption had increased in recent years.

“He is horrified with the way he has behaved on these two occasions,” he said.

The solicitor submitted a reference from one local company who used his services.

“Those who work with him are quite shocked with the nature of offending that he has undertaken here,” he added.

Sheriff Margaret Neilson ordered Typiak to carry out of 300 hours of unpaid work and placed him under supervision for three years.

He was also placed on the Sex Offenders’ Register for the same duration, and instructed to undergo alcohol counselling.

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