A music teacher who was banned from offering lessons to children under 16 has now been told he cannot go into parks or playgrounds which attract youngsters.
The ban on piano tutor John Wilson follows a court hearing which heard of his sex offences.
Back in 2010 a judge imposed an indefinite sexual offences prevention order on Huddersfield man Wilson after an incident involving a 12-year-old boy on a bus.
And earlier this year he was jailed for approaching young boys in Greenhead Park, offering them a stick of rock.
The park is just yards from his home.
Bradford Crown Court heard Wilson had sexual offences on his record dating back to the 1970s and 80s and had also tried to get a job at a boys school in 1993 without revealing his previous offending.
Wilson, now 68, of Gledholt Road, Marsh, was back before the court after West Yorkshire police applied to broaden the terms of the original sexual offences prevention order.
During a short hearing in court Recorder Abdul Iqbal QC said he was satisfied, after hearing from counsel for the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police and from Wilson’s barrister, that it was necessary to prevent serious sexual harm to the public, or a section of the public, to impose the amended order.
Under the terms of the new order, which also runs indefinitely, Wilson is banned from approaching or initiating contact with under 16s and attempting to befriend them.
He is still banned from advertising or offering his services as a tutor to youngsters and he is now prohibited from entering any park or playground which is likely to be frequented by children.
The order also bans him from any unsupervised contact with under 16s and he must only use cubicles in public toilets.
There is also a restriction on him using hostel premises which offer communal washing facilities or shared dormitories.
The final clause bans him from seeking employment, whether paid or voluntary, which might allow unsupervised access to children under 16.
Recorder Iqbal warned Wilson that any breach of the terms of the order amounted to a criminal offence.
Back in 2010 Wilson was found guilty by a jury of outraging public decency after he made lewd comments towards the unidentified boy on the bus.
At one point during the bus journey Wilson was said to have handed the youngster a diary containing a photograph of a man’s genitals and a phone number.
Wilson claimed that he used to identify prospective music pupils aged between seven and 12 by touring affluent areas on buses.