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Ipswich man, 24, denies attempted rape and sexual assault | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


Adiley Pires followed one of the women, who was 18, out of Unit 17 nightclub in Cardinal Park in October 2021 and pursued her as she was walked along Ipswich Waterfront, said Richard Kelly, prosecuting.

He said Pires had come up behind the woman “out of nowhere”, wearing a face mask and asked for her telephone number.

She said no but he had continued to follow her and had rubbed her bottom.

She swore at him and called him a pervert but he had continued to follow her and after pushing her over near some flats he had climbed on top of her, said Mr Kelly.

He claimed that immediately before the attack Pires was captured on CCTV  fiddling with his trousers and when the woman fell backwards his hand had allegedly been on her left thigh.

Two residents of a nearby block of flats heard the woman’s screams and shouted at Pires who had run off.

He was later arrested and released on bail after denying being responsible for the attack.

In December last year a 17-year-old woman was followed by Pires as she walked alone along a towpath next to Yarmouth Road after a night out in Ipswich.

He was allegedly wearing a balaclava when he grabbed her and took her to the ground.

He got on top of her and put his hand over her mouth to stop her screaming and allegedly tried to pull down her leggings.

She tried to kick him off and he had run off after local residents shouted at him, said Mr Kelly.

Pires, 24, of Kensington Road, Ipswich, has pleaded not guilty to one charge of attempted rape and two charges of sexual assault in relation to one of the alleged victims on October 17, 2021.

He has also denied one offence of attempted rape and an offence of sexual assault in relation to the other alleged victim on December 8 2022 but has admitted assaulting her by beating.

Mr Kelly told the jury that Pires, who he described as a “sexual predator”, admitted attacking the women but denied having a sexual motive.

He said that four days after the incident in December last year Pires had “the audacity” to send the police officer who’d been investigating the first incident in October 2021 an email complaining about the length of time it was taking to investigate the matter as “every week a teenager was being sexually assaulted in Ipswich”.

The trial continues.





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