Portsmouth sex attacker spared jail for two separate crimes

One of the seven stolen signs from the Isle of Wight. Picture: Hampshire Constabulary

Warning over fears stolen vintage signs worth £1,400 could be sold in Portsmouth

Have your say

A SEX attacker has been spared jail.

Mark Leaf, 45, of Jervis Road, Portsmouth, was found guilty of sexually touching a woman without her consent at The Lanyard pub in London Road, North End, Portsmouth, on August 8.

He was found guilty of sexually touching another woman without her consent in Portsmouth on June 15.

The victims cannot be named for legal reasons.

Leaf was sentenced to 23 weeks in prison suspended for a year.

He was given a six-month restraining order and ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for seven years.

Leaf was ordered to pay £80 to a fund for victims of crime.