Pervert approached girl, 15, in the street and offered her a part in a PORN film

May 20, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Parents and teenagers have been warned to be vigilant after a 15-year-old girl was approached on the street and offered a part in a PORN film.

Dana Wyatt was walking home from her part-time job when the pervy man – who had spotted her at work – made his unwanted advance.

The upset schoolgirl went straight home and told her mum Kerry Volante, who immediately called the police.

But to her horror, officers said they would ban the man from contacting Dana, but could not arrest him because he had not committed a crime.

Furious Kerry – who is calling for a change in the law – said: “I’m sick to the stomach by what happened. What he did should be a crime.

“All he was given was a slap on the wrist but now he is free to approach other girls and do the same thing.

“I don’t know if I’m going to change the law but I’m going to give it a damn good try.

“I believe he should be made to sign the sex offenders’ register because although he didn’t touch her, he’s done psychological damage.”

The mother-of-three from Cam, Gloucestershire, said the incident has left her daughter too scared to go out alone.

She said: “It’s disgusting because she’s now too scared to go out on her own because she’s scared that she’ll see him.

“Now she can’t go to or from school on her own, take her brother to the park or even go to the shops. It will take a long time for her to get over this.”

Kerry is due to meet Stroud MP Neil Carmichael later this month to discuss launching a petition to change the law, and has also threatened to name and shame the man.

A spokesman from Gloucestershire police said: “Although no criminal offence was committed, officers have issued the man with a Police Information Notice warning the man to not to speak to the girl.

“If he does and the victim makes a complaint he could be arrested.

“Our advice to anyone who may be subject to this type of behaviour and you believe that it is inappropriate is to call police immediately.”

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