man, named Jerzy Chelminiak, has been banned from campus after admitting that he had exposed himself inappropriately to students.
Exeter students registered a series of complaints in November last year about the 60-year-old, later conceding that his actions were designed to cause alarm or distress.
Chelminiak was spotted openly flashing his genitals at students by Campus Security, and was later detained by three security men and a policemen.
The case was heard by Judge Francis Gilbert QC at Exeter Crown Court. Chelminiak has, as a condition of his bail, been banned from setting foot on Exeter’s Streatham Campus, and has also been asked to sign on to the sex offenders’ register.
The man was told by Judge Gilbert: “You would be wise to attend your interview with probation and answer all the questions. It may help you avoid immediate imprisonment. I warn you that all options remain open.”
Earlier this year, Exeposé ran a report examining the safety of Exeter, finding that the city is one of the safest university cities in which to live, based on the reported crime in the cities surveyed.
Chelminiak was arrested in November last year, and officers will now no longer be exploring the two previous allegations against him.