A “high risk” offender who told a pair of 13-year-olds they should be carrying out sex acts with each other while they stood in the queue at McDonald’s was today (Thursday) facing jail.
Kieran Dorian then sexually assaulted a girl as she stood in the fast food franchise in Dundee’s Reform Street last month.
Dorian first stopped and asked the pair - a boy and a girl - how old they were, with both replying that they were 13.
He then told them that he was drinking, taking drugs and doing “everything with girls” at the age of 11.
Dorian - who earlier this week admitted stalking four separate young women, as well as threatening to rape a police officer - then said “there’s lots of stuff you should do” before graphically describing sex acts to them.
Dorian was then challenged by other customers before walking off - then returning and touching the girl on her bottom before leaving the restaurant.
Fiscal depute Muhammad Sadiq told Dundee Sheriff Court: “The complainer shouted out ‘he just touched my bum’.
“She went home and advised her mother who reported the matter to police.
“The accused was detained and said he had not been there and had not acted inappropriately.
“However, the incident was captured on CCTV.
“The children were unknown to him.
“The Crown has real concerns about this accused based on this and other matters - he is a high risk offender.
“The accused is a danger to the public and should be remanded.”
Dorian (20), of Hawthorn Grove, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, today (Thursday) pleaded guilty on summary complaint to two charges under the Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act.
Defence solicitor Douglas McConnell said: “There is clearly a significant background here.”
Sheriff Simon Collins QC deferred sentence until next month for social work background reports and for the case to call with the stalking charges Dorian admitted earlier this week.
Remanding Dorian in custody ahead of sentencing, the sheriff said: “There is a substantial risk of further offences if he is at liberty.”
Dorian is currently facing a lengthy jail term after he admitted four charges of stalking, as well as threatening a cop with rape and assaulting the officer by spitting blood at her.
Dundee Sheriff Court heard earlier this week how Dorian became obsessed with his victims before turning up at their work, bombarding them with messages on Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter and posting them notes.
Some of the messages left to one woman were highly sexually explicit.
Dorian will be sentenced on all of the cases next month.