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It's more important than ever to stay informed - Get the free CheshireLive newsletter direct to your inbox. A Chester businessman has created a dating app for those who are less well endowed - and it has attracted thousands of 'members' from across the world. David Minns, 47, produced the site called Dinky One which launched on the cusp of the pandemic last March and it has since had , people sign up for it. The app is aimed at men and women who possess, or who are attracted to, those who are less well endowed. The dad-of-two began building his online dating empire after a career which saw him working in Formula 1, and the aeronautical and shipping industries. Despite being happily married, the former mechanical engineer made 2.

Ex-officer had ‘unhealthy sexual fetish’, trial told

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Already a convicted sex offender, Kevin Dwyer cruised city streets for hours trying to find his next victim. It's more important than ever to stay informed - Get the free CheshireLive newsletter direct to your inbox. Just four months earlier, Dwyer had pleaded guilty to two counts of voyeurism and 10 counts of outraging public decency over a seven-month period between October 1, and May 15, Some of the offences involved the filming of women in their homes, and on one occasion a couple having sex, through their windows, but most related to recordings Dwyer made of females on nights out, aiming his camera up their skirts and between their legs.

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The behaviour of Christopher Wood was likened to Benny Hill by a judge, who described the Chester-le-Street husband as a 'dinosaur'. Newcastle Crown Court heard his actions had left his victim shattered. Prosecutor Jonathan Walker said his bizarre antics included asking her to sit on the floor and slide food down a tube into his mouth. By Ian Johnson Multimedia Journalist.
Those ads you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience — the local community. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. But Kevin Dwyer, 41, stressed that the most recent allegation of exposing himself to a woman while sitting in his car in a Chester street at 4am was untrue.