A Warilla man who left sexually explicit messages on the answering machines of two business while high and horny on methamphetamine tried to fob his offensive comments off as "sexy talk" when arrested by police.
But Zoranco Braskovski wasn't fooling anyone and last week copped a tongue-lashing from a magistrate who was less than impressed with his smutty repertoire.
"Sexy talk - I don't think that's an appropriate way to describe what you were doing," Magistrate Geraldine Beattie said sternly as she sentenced Braskovski to jail time.
"It's very disturbing what you were doing."
The court heard Braskovski had consumed ice and was in a "state of heightened sexual arousal" when he phoned two separate business - one in July and another in August.
In the earlier incident, Braskovski phoned an Illawarra osteopath and spoke to the receptionist about organising a referral and appointment.
Two days later, the receptionist used her personal mobile to contact Braskovski about the appointment.
Braskovski then called the woman's phone multiple times in the next few days, leaving sexually explicit voicemail messages that included graphic descriptions of his penis and underage girls.
The woman reported the matter to police, telling them the calls left her "creeped out" and she felt scared to go back to work.
Braskovski attended Lake Illawarra Police Station on July 15 for an interview. He told investigating officers he'd been "bored and lonely" and "waiting to hear if someone was on the other end".
However, the court heard Braskovski struck again less than a month later, this time phoning a physiotherapist. He by-passed the pretense of organsing an appointment and instead left the explicit voicemails out-of-hours.
He left 14 messages on the evening of August 5, a further eight messages over lunch on August 7, then another 22 voicemails later that night.
All contained inappropriate content, including sexually explicit references to young children.
Police arrested Braskovski a week later. He admitted making the calls but said he could barely remember their contents, except that it was "sexy talk".
He was charged with using a carriage service to harass.
He was released on strict bail but breached it less than two weeks later when he was caught masturbating in his car while speaking with a young woman.
The court heard Braskovski was driving along Ulster Avenue in Warilla when he wound his window down and asked a young woman for directions.
She attempted to guide him, however recoiled when she him begin the "pull" his erect penis, which was protruding from one of the legs of his shorts.
Braskovski then followed the girl home in his car.
The matter was reported to police, who arrested Braskovski at nearby Blackbutt Reserve.
He was remanded in custody and subsequently entered pleas of guilty to harassment and indecent assault charges.
In sentencing Braskovski to 12 months' jail, Magistrate Beattie said she had grave concerns for the safety of the community.
"Perhaps you were lonely and bored and feeling sorry for yourself, but it's not much of an excuse it is?" she said.
He was sentenced to 12 months jail