Appearing before Teesside Crown Court in 2008, a man accused of being a flasher attempted to convince the jury that he was incapable of the offense because his genitals were too small and he was too ashamed to expose them.
He produced photographs to support his claim but was still convicted on seven counts of outraging public decency.
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