Ipswich man to stand trial after denying indecent behaviour at Martlesham bus stop

Ipswich Magistrates' Court. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Ipswich Magistrates' Court. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

A man accused of outraging public decency will face trial at Ipswich Crown Court next month.

Bogdan Kryniewski denied the charge before magistrates on Tuesday.

The 52-year-old, of Wherstead Road, Ipswich, is accused of outraging public decency, contrary to common law, by behaving in an indecent manner.

Prosecutor David Bryant said the charge related to an alleged incident at a bus stop in Martlesham Heath on April 20.

Although magistrates determined the alleged offence to be within the scope of their sentencing powers, Kryniewski, who communicated through an interpreter and was represented by solicitor Jeremy Kendall, elected for the trial to be heard by a judge and jury.

Magistrates granted Kryniewski unconditional bail until his next appearance in court. He will be required to attend Ipswich Crown Court on July 10.

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