Kagarko, while admonishing the convict to desist from indecency, asked him to find a decent approach towards women.
“You don’t go about touching a woman’s buttock simply because you want her to like you.
“Find a decent approach,” the judge said.
The police prosecutor, Mr Augustine Urom, told the court that one Miss Alice Adejo reported the matter at Apo police station on Aug. 10.
He said the convict had formed a habit of leaving his work to follow the complainant every time she passed by his workshop.
Urom said the complainant had warned the convict many times but he kept on.
“She even reported him to his master,” he said.
Urom said she could no longer endure the act when he crossed the line by touching her buttocks.
The prosecutor said the act contravened section 327 of the Penal Code.