Scunthorpe man who abused under-age girls given suspended jail sentence
A TAKEAWAY worker has been given a suspended jail sentence for abusing under-age girls.
Mohammed Forash, 44, was found guilty on six counts of sexual activity with a child after a trial at Grimsby Crown Court.
Forash, of Exeter Road, Scunthorpe, worked at the Cinnamon takeaway in High Street, Epworth.
The abuse included speaking to the girls in a suggestive manner and touching them above their clothing.
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Mitigating, Ayaz Qazi said the offences were out of character.
Forash was sentenced at Hull Crown Court to 52 weeks in prison for each of the six offences, all suspended for two years.
He was also ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work and must comply with a sexual offences prevention order indefinitely.
He must sign the sex offenders' register indefinitely.