A PEMBROKESHIRE man accused of eight sexual offences, including sexually touching an 11 year-old girl in Cardigan, is to appear at Swansea Crown Court on Friday, June 5.

Anthony George Rundle, aged 50, of Gleblands, Johnston, appeared before Aberystwyth magistrates on Wednesday.

He faces four charges of voyeurism, involving recording a person doing a private act, knowing he did not have their consent, for the purpose of obtaining sexual gratification, in Cambridge in April 2011.

It is also alleged that he intentionally exposed his genitals in Cardigan on March 17, 2014, and in Haverfordwest on May 20, 2014, with the intention of causing alarm or distress.

The Haverfordwest incident is alleged to have happened near the town’s Marks and Spencer store.

Rundle is also accused of aiding and abetting the sexual assault of a child under 13 by touching her sexually in Cardigan, and engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child aged 11 in Cardigan in May 2014.

The defendant did not enter a plea to any of the charges, and the court entered not guilty pleas on his behalf.

The bench declined jurisdiction to hear the case.

Rundle will next appear at Swansea Crown Court on June 5, and was released on unconditional bail until the hearing.