the female victim felt frightened and disgusted by Ahmed's actions.
Abdulrahman Ahmed, aged 34, of Oadby, Leicestershire, received a community order after he exposed himself to women from his car.
Leicester Crown Court heard that a policeman also ended up seeing his genitals.
The incident happened at 2 am on Thursday, May 30, 2019. The father of three was in his car following two women along London Road, Leicester.
He repeatedly asked the women if they wanted a lift. When one of the women looked at Ahmed, she saw that his trousers were “pulled down” and his private parts were exposed.
Two officers from Leicestershire Police became suspicious about Ahmed’s behaviour. They then decided to take action.
One of the officers, PC Philip Gray, went to the window of Ahmed’s car and also saw his private parts.
As he was being arrested, Ahmed quickly tried to pull his trousers up.
He claimed that he had undone his belt to feel more comfortable when driving and his trousers might have ridden down to his knee area without him noticing.
Ahmed denied indecent exposure. But following a trial in February 2020, a jury found him guilty.
The court had heard how the female victim felt frightened and disgusted by Ahmed’s actions.
Ahmed appeared at Leicester Crown Court on March 12, 2020, for sentencing. His barrister, Sarah Cornish, explained that her client continued to deny any offending.
She said: “The [probation] report states Mr Ahmed maintains his innocence and he has asked me for advice on an appeal.
“However, he would comply with a community order, given the trial has found him guilty.”
She went on to say that it was likely that Ahmed would lose his job as a pensions advisor and find it difficult to get another one.
Ms Cornish added: “He has previously worked in the care industry but would not be able to do that with this on his record.”
Recorder Ruth Coffey told Ahmed that he exposed himself and had made it worse by the fact that he was following the women up the road.
“You have not accepted the verdict and you have displayed no remorse.”
Ahmed received a 15-month community order which includes 30 days working with the probation service to tackle his offending.
Leicester Mercury reported that Ahmed was also to pay £600 costs and was made the subject of a curfew for the next three months. This requires him to be at home between 8 pm and 7 am every night.