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Get the latest news from Teesside Crown Court direct to your inbox with our free newsletter. A former assistant head at a Middlesbrough school paraded naked in his front window in a series of bizarre offences, a court heard. Married dad Andrew Beasley, who worked at Eston Park Academy, repeatedly exposed himself in full view of people passing his home. Teesside Crown Court heard how Beasley was seen standing naked in the front window of his home on three occasions by women, including one who was with her seven-year-old granddaughter.
When interviewed by police, he denied the offences and maintained those denials when he went on trial accused of nine counts of exposure. A jury found Beasley, 40, of Allerton Close, Northallerton, guilty of three offences.
He was acquitted of the other six counts. Richard Wright, mitigating, argued that the motivation for the offences did not have to be sexual. The court was told that Beasley had already lost a great deal. His teaching career was effectively over and his wife was divorcing him and had moved with their children to live elsewhere.
Recorder Anton Lodge QC said that up until these offences Beasley had lived a hardworking life and was a good family man who had achieved a great deal in his chosen profession of teaching.
The judge said a Sexual Offences Prevention Order was not necessary in this case. By Andy Passant. Get the latest news from Teesside Crown Court direct to your inbox with our free newsletter Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe We use your -up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.
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