Warsop pub landlord accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his pub toilet

NEWS from Nottingham Crown Court.
NEWS from Nottingham Crown Court.

The trial of Warsop pub landlord facing allegations he sexually assaulted a woman in the toilets of his pub has been opened and adjourned.

Kevin David Mason 55 is accused of intentionally touching the woman in a sexual way without her consent at the Crates and Grapes pub, High Street, Warsop, on May 29 2015.

Mason appeared at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court today Monday August 8.

Magistrates heard that the woman had been out with her friends and had gone to the pub during the evening.

George Speed prosecuting told the court she went to the ladies toilet and the landlord is alleged to have entered behind the room behind her and pushed her into the sink, where the alleged offence took place..

Magistrates were told the woman shouted at him to get off, when another person entered the toilet and the alleged assault ended.

The case was adjourned for the fifth time after an unexpected disclosure was made during a break in proceedings.

The trial will resume on September 26.

Mason was given conditional bail.