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Nigerian Man Banned From Public Toilet Because His Gay And Also A Thief

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Charles Omishore, 32, lured men to have sex with them in public bathrooms. While he was engaging in sex, he pick-pocketed the men and stole their possessions.  Omishore, took advantage of gay people for more than a decade. He has now been banned from all public toilets in central London for five years.
Omishore, is accused of pick-pocketing men after engaging them in sexual activity in public bathrooms, in places such as bars and parks amongst other places. It is believed that Omishore, was able to get away for so long with the crime because people did not want to get into trouble for having had sex in public bathrooms.

The Westminster Council’s cabinet member for community protection, Nickie Aiken, said: “A crime is a crime and victims must feel they are able to report a crime, whatever the circumstances.”
The 32-year-old crook targeted gay men as they were having sex in the loos, so it is feared many of his crimes have not been reported.
Omishore, who has 22 previous convictions, is barred from setting foot in men’s rooms in Soho and Westminster, central London, after a ruling at Westminster magistrates’ court.
‘This will finally stop a prolific offender who has preyed on the gay community for more than a decade,’ a spokesman for the City of Westminster City Council said.
Councillor Nickie Aiken added: ‘We suspect Omishore has been getting away with this for so long, because his victims have been reluctant to come forward to report attacks and thefts.’ Chief Inspector Kevin Hobson said: ‘The impact on victims from such crimes is immeasurable.’
The impact on victims from such crimes is immeasurable and to those who have come forward to help the investigations in the past we again offer our sincere thanks and support,’ he said.
In total, Omishore has 22 convictions over the past ten years ranging from smoking crack cocaine in public telephone boxes to fraud.
The Westminster Council’s cabinet member for community protection, Nickie Aiken, said: “A crime is a crime and victims must feel they are able to report a crime, whatever the circumstances.

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