A FLASHER who failed to notify police of his living arrangements has been jailed.

Anthony Agnoy, 32, was ordered to notify police every seven days that he was homeless after being released from prison following a sentence for indecent exposure in November.

But after registering with police on November 25, following his release, Agnoy did not return after seven days.

Appearing at Southampton Crown Court, Agnoy pleaded guilty to breaching his notification requirements.

The court heard it was Agnoy's sixth breach.

The court was also told how Agnoy had a history of sexual offending including three incidents of indecent exposure and two previous incidents of sexual assault.

In mitigation, Jonathan Underhill told the court that Agnoy was "sorry and remorseful" for his actions, which he said were not "deliberately negligent".

He said Agnoy had faced difficulties on leaving prison and becoming homeless.

Mr Underhill added that Agnoy feared for his safety in Southampton and was attempting to move to Portsmouth or Fareham.

Judge Gary Burrell jailed Agnoy, of no fixed address, for 18 weeks.