Former Save the Children deputy chairman convicted for indecent exposure

Lucie Rychla
September 23rd, 2015

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The man took a 13-year-old boy to a nudist beach and swam naked in front of him

A former deputy chairman of the Danish charity organisation Red Barnet (Save the Children Denmark) has been sentenced to ten days in prison for indecent exposure in front of a 13-year-old boy.

The man was previously convicted for touching a young man’s genitals in a swimming pool.

The case has already cost the man his job and he has also decided to resign his post as a town councillor.

Swimming at a nudist beach
The 48-year-old took his friend’s 13-year-old son to a nudist beach, where he explained to the boy how to observe others, then swam naked in front of the boy.

According to the judge at the Nykøbing Falster court, the accused violated the boy’s modesty.

The man has denied all charges and asked for a 14-day reflection period to consider appealing against the judgement.


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