A SELF-confessed pervert addicted to child sex abuse images is hiring out his flashy Aston Martin for school kids going to proms at £60-a-time.
Sex beast Peter Jones, 56, tells potential customers on his Facebook page: “Cool ride to school.”
The pervert encourages youngsters by stating: “Looking for a cool ride to your Prom. James Bond style, what better way to arrive, chauffeur driven Aston Martin.”
The red motor bears his personalised number plate.
The crooked former boss has also set up a “man with a van” delivery and removal service after being released from another prison sentence for nicking £1 million.
But he doesn’t reveal the two years and four months he served in prison for downloading extreme child sex abuse images.
Nor that he was jailed for four years after stealing £960,000 in bequests – some of which were meant for charities – left by deceased clients which were being handled by his firm.
He was first sent down in 2003 for a year for child abuse image offences and went on a course to help prevent him re-offend.
But he was back in court in Norwich in 2012 and was caged 16 months after he admitted making and possessing indecent images of children.
Police carried out a check and they found that Jones, a former director of Heritage Legal and Financial Services in Norwich, had downloaded material on his computer at work and also was found to have accessed images on his computer at home.
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Richard White, prosecuting said that there were also two images of extreme pornography.
Jailing him, Judge Nicholas Coleman told him that in his case it was clear that he had an “obsession or an addiction” to pornographic material and had even attended an internet sex offender’s treatment programme.
“It was intended to address your problem and to provide you with the appropriate strategies. That clearly did not work.”
He said offences of this kind caused untold misery before saying: “Your lust is no excuse.”
Silas Reid, for Jones, said: “He is a man who effectively has an addiction to pornography.”
Jones was back in court in 2015 when he was sent down four years after stealing from his firm.
He was solely responsible for the probate side of the business and used the cash he stole to build up a portfolio of properties, as well as paying personal debts, Norwich Crown Court heard.
He had admitted two counts of theft and one count of fraud.
And he was told that if he didn’t pay back the cash he would face another seven years behind bars.
He raised the cash by selling shares and properties he owned.
When Jones was confronted about his ‘prom service’ he said he had stopped taking bookings for his Aston Martin – and claimed his daughter had driven the car.
But last night the Aston Martin was still being offered for rent on a Facebook page set up to handle his removal enterprise called Easy Shifter.
One snap – showing a teenage lad arriving at a prom this month – was deleted moments after a reporter spoke to Jones.
He also claimed that his Easy Shifter removal outfit did not bring him into contact with children.
But a review left on his page by a client describing him as a “top bloke” was uploaded by a woman whose profile picture included a photo of what appeared to be her three young children.
The Sun was tipped off about Jones’s businesses after a member of the public contact perv-tracking website the UK Database.
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