A LORRY driver who videoed himself performing a sex act while in his vehicle and sent it to what he thought was a 13-year-old girl is due back in court tomorrow.

Michael Thomas Taylor is due to be sentenced for one count of fraud and breaching a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

The order was put in place at Southampton Crown Court in August after he admitted sending sexually explicit messages to what he believed was a 13-year-old girl.

Taylor also filmed a solo sex act while in the cab of his parked lorry.

The 56-year-old then sent the video to what he believed was a young teenage girl whom he had met through an online message service – but it was actually a police officer.

Taylor, who on that occasion admitted one count of attempting to engage in sexual activity with a child, one count of attempting to incite a child to watch a sexual act and one count of making indecent images of child, was sentenced to 10 months in prison, suspended for two years.

Taylor was also ordered to complete a sex offender rehabilitation programme, attend 55 days of rehabilitation activity requirement and made the subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order, with an unlimited time period.

But in a hearing earlier this month, Southampton Crown Court heard Taylor breached his order within a matter of days.

He also committed fraud, prior to his sentencing, by failing to disclose his convictions to a potential employer.

Taylor, of Beaver Drive, Bishopstoke, pleaded guilty to one count of fraud by false representation and three counts of breaching a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

He is due to be sentenced at Southampton Crown Court tomorrow.