Jordan Clark now faces a potential jail sentence after pleading guilty to a series of sexual offences at Paisley Sheriff Court on Thursday.
Police searched the homes of both Clark and his fiancée and found a sickening stash of obscene images, including some showing the abuse of girls as young as four.
The court heard how Clark, 26, photographed himself engaging in sex acts involving shoes in a shop in Johnstone, Renfrewshire.
And he took hundreds of photographs of two women, without their knowledge or consent, and kept them in folders on his phone named after them, reports the Daily Record.
The details of the offences emerged when Clark, 26, appeared in the dock to plead guilty over his warped obsession.
He pleaded guilty to behaving in a threatening or abusive way by photographing the women “without their consent or knowledge”, masturbating onto one of their shoes, and placing his penis “into and onto various items” within the store in question.
Procurator Fiscal Depute Martina McGuigan said the offences came to light after police received intelligence he had been accessing indecent images of children.
During the search of his phone officers discovered 394 “voyeuristic” images taken at a shop in Johnstone.
Officers searched Clark’s home in Linwood, Renfrewshire, and his fiancée’s home in Paisley, near Glasgow.
They found a phone and a USB stick which had a total of 140 obscene pictures and videos.
Miss McGuigan, prosecuting, explained: “He said to another user on the KIK messaging app, ‘I’m in another store today. There are so many lovely women’s shoes here for me to enjoy lol’.
“One image showed a female bending down to reach into a cabinet.
“The images were kept in named folders.”
She said Clark had taken pictures of his penis “over bowls of soup” and “inside water bottles” and that he had filmed himself masturbating onto women’s shoes and using women’s shoes to masturbate himself.
And she said that one of the women identified in the images was “shaking and very emotional” when informed of what had happened by police officers.
The woman also confirmed to cops probing Clark that some of the shoes involved in the clips belonged to her.
Miss McGuigan asked Sheriff Seith Ireland to consider imposing a Non-Harassment Order (NHO), which will see Clark banned from approaching or contacting his victims.
And she also asked for a Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO) to be imposed, saying: “Harmful behaviour has been perpetrated by the accused to children online and towards females in the community.
“The Crown believes the SOPO is necessary to mitigate further risk.”
Sheriff Seith Ireland warned Clark he could be caged over the offences and called for background reports to be prepared ahead of sentencing.
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