A perverted sex offender has managed to avoid prison despite offering underage girls £250 for oral sex, showing them his penis, and threatening to kill them.
46-year-old Barry Buchanan from Stenhousemuir in Scotland was instead put on the sex offenders list for five years and placed under social work supervision.
He has also been given a restriction of liberty order for a mere six months, meaning that he can't leave his home between 6pm and 6am.
The unemployed man from Stirlingshire pleaded guilty to breach of the peace and indecent exposure following his actions on June 25. According to Defence agent Willi McIntyre, Buchanan had only been released from prison three months beforehand.
A court heard how he would "rub white powder on his gums" before sexually harassing underage girls.
On the day in question, he approached three girls aged 13, 14 and 15, and harassed them on some benches. He was also a complete stranger to those he harassed.
The petrified teens managed to film the sickening ordeal before contacting the police.
Prosecutor Michael Maguire said that Buchanan "asked for oral sex in return for £250 and also asked for someone to lick his a***".
Buchanan also said "I'll slit your neck, you s***" to the 15-year-old.
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Then the sicko moved on to another group of young girls aged 12, 13 and 14, and demanded cigarettes before threatening the 13-year-old with anal sex and again saying he'd slit her throat.
Mr Maguire explained that at this point Buchanan pulled his trousers down, "exposing his penis and showing them his bare backside", before leaving when a parent arrived. Some of the girls from the first group followed him to notify police of his whereabouts, leading to his arrest.
The creepy affair was captured both by the girl's phone and nearby CCTV.
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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