Appearing at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday, Alexander McLean (31) had pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit images – of male private parts – to a string of female work colleagues from his 163 Lomond Drive, Langlees home on February 1, February 10, March 31 and May 11, 2020.
The court heard McLean suffered a very significant bereavement in 2019.
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It was stated he had lost his job – which he had held for eight years – as a result of committing these offences.
McLean was said to have co-operated with police when it came to “registration requirements”.
Sheriff Christopher Shead placed McLean on a supervised community payback order for 12 months with the condition he complete 100 hours unpaid work in that period. He was also made subject to the “appropriate registration” legislation.