A man with a fetish for children's playground equipment has been banned from going anywhere which has a slide.
Christopher Johnson, aged 46, of St Osburg's Road in Stoke, was arrested after simulating a sex act with a slide at Stoke Green Park in Coventry, the Coventry Telegraph reports.
It's his second slide-related offence.
At Coventry Magistrates Court he admitted outraging public decency by behaving in an indecent manner and received a three-year Criminal Behaviour Order.
The order bans him from attending any location, including parks, leisure centres, swimming baths, lidos or recreation grounds were there is a slide.
Johnson also received a three-year community order, which includes having sex offender treatment for 18 months, and a rehabilitation activity
He was fined £55 and had to pay a £60 victim surcharge, £85 costs and a £180 criminal courts charge.
Police were called to Stoke Green Park at 10.45pm on Wednesday, August 18, after four people spotted what he was doing.
The court heard Johnson had a previous conviction for a similar offence.
On July 1 last year, Johnson outraged public decency by undressing and performing a sexual act on the top of a slide at Coundon Hall Park in Waste Lane, Keresley.
The play area was opened in February 2012 after residents in the area raised thousands of pounds.