A lottery winner has been jailed after he bombarded an underage girl with messages asking her to dress up in leather and kill mice for him.
Steven Kitchen, who won £270,000 on a lottery, also sent hundreds of vile messages to the youngster’s sister.
Shrewsbury Crown Court heard the pervert, from Telford, Shrops, has a “sexual fetish with women dressed in leather killing animals”.
Kitchen, 50, told his victims he would take them shopping if they trod on mice while wearing leather boots and skirts.
When police searched his home they discovered leather boots, a leather waistcoat and a size six leather dress.
In interviews he admitted he got “turned on” when he spoke to girls about hunting.
He admitted two charges of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity at a previous court hearing and appeared to be sentenced.
Simon Warlock, defending, said Kitchen, who won £270,000 on a lottery game in 1989 before the UK’s National Lottery was launched, was “lonely”.
He added: “This is bizarre behaviour. He knows how it looks.”
Judge Jim Tindal jailed Kitchen for three years, saying: “The sinister side of your character has come out.”