PHOTO: Man Abuses 16-Year-Old Girl On The Streets, Forces Her To Perform S*x Acts On Herself
A prolific s*x offender who wore a disguise while he committed brutal assaults has been jailed for 10 years.
In one attack Nigel Turner, 33, crept up on his 24-year-old victim, put his hand over her mouth and tried to pull her into a secluded spot.
She fought back and screamed as Turner forced her to the floor and he fled the scene when a vehicle pulled up.
Minutes later he returned to the scene after changing out of his disguise, telling her he heard his screams.
Bristol Crown Court heard Turner waited in dark alleyways in the city for his victims – who were as young as 16 – and wore rubber gloves.
He initially denied his crimes but later admitted s*xual assault, causing a woman to engage in s*xual activity without consent and assault by beating with intent to commit a s*xual offence.
The engineer, whose wife is standing by him, also pleaded guilty to three charges of voyeurism and stealing £900 of a women’s underwear from her home and garden.
The court heard Turner, who is still on good terms with his wife, carried out his first attack on May 11 last year.
His 16-year-old victim was walking home with a friend in the St George’s area at 10pm when they walked into an alleyway.
The judge said: ‘You were waiting in the darkness of the alleyway. You were wearing a hat and had your jacket zipped up to the nose.’
He jumped out and grabbed his victim before groping her and attempting to pull the girl further into the alleyway but was fought off by her friend.
‘This was a premeditated and planned attack on a young woman to satisfy your desire to contact women with large br**sts.’
On May 30, Turner attacked another 16-year-old girl as she walked home at 9pm in Longwell Green.
Turner, wearing a disguise, threatened the girl with a knife before forcing her to undress and perform a s*x act on herself as he held his mobile phone towards her.
Judge Neil Ford QC handed Turner a 10-year term after ruling that the ‘dangerous’ offender left young women at a ‘high risk’ of being attacked.