Judge warns Great Yarmouth man who sexually assaulted woman that he will not get second chance
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A 26 year-old man has been told by a judge there will be no second chance after he was given a two year community order after he admitted a sex assault on a woman in Great Yarmouth.
Brendan Gaylor of King Street, Great Yarmouth, was also placed on the sex offenders register for five years, when he appeared at Norwich Crown Court for sentence.
Lori Tucker, prosecuting, said there had been some 'consensual' activity, but when the woman told Gaylor to stop, he had carried on.
Judge Mark Dennis accepted Gaylor had not behaved like this before or since the offence, which happened two years ago.
He warned him there would be no second chance and said as part of the community order he must attend a programme to address his sexual offending behaviour.
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Danielle O'Donovan, for Gaylor, said that the offence could be dealt with by a community order.
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