Regina v Farrell: 1862

An alleged indecent exposure to only one person did not contravene the common law.


(1862) 9 CC 446


England and Wales

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CitedRose vDirector of Public Prosecutions Admn 16-Mar-2006
The defendant appealed his conviction for outraging public decency by behaving in an indecent manner contrary to common law. He had been in the foyer of a bank at night with a girl who performed oral sex. The action could have been seen, but was . .
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Updated: 07 December 2022; Ref: scu.241292