A child sexual abuse videos offender has admitted parking outside a school for six minutes while serving his home detention sentence.
The 49-year-old father, whose name is suppressed until his sentencing on October 5, will remain in custody on the charge of breaching his home detention.
The man had been sentenced in January for trading in child sex abuse videos involving 45 individual children, who had not been identified. He had also shared the videos 16 times.
He made the breach admission on Wednesday, the day a judge-alone trial had been scheduled in the Christchurch District Court.
On February 28 the man was allowed an approved absence from his home detention address for an appointment. He was required to travel directly home after the activity and not make any unapproved stops.
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