Updated: Sep 6, 2022
A woman admitted groping a taxi driver and stripping to expose herself - two years after being convicted for rubbing her body against a train conductor.
Irene Torrie is said to have moved from the back of the taxi to the front passenger seat before groping the driver's penis.
42-year-old Torrie then removed her shorts exposing herself to the cab driver. The shocked driver was then told she would pay him if he followed her into the house.
The woman was already placed on the Sex Offenders Register following previous convictions for rubbing her body against a train conductor and carrying out a sex act in front of police.
Torrie had a sentence deferred at Dundee Sheriff Court, where Sheriff Paul Brown questioned whether the woman could be placed on the Tay Project - a rehabilitation scheme for sex offenders.
According to the Mirror, Torrie admitted sexually assaulting the cabbie in Dundee on 29 May 29 2020, by touching his penis and exposing her vagina to him. She also admitted to making sexual comments and forcing the driver to touch her breasts, thighs and buttocks.
Prosecutor Lora Apostolova told the court: "She sat in the back seat and started asking questions. She asked where he was born, if he was married, and if he would cheat on his wife.
"She climbed over into the front seat. The driver pulled over and told her she couldn't move seats while he was in motion.
"She touched his penis over his clothing with both of her hands.
"He removed her hands. The accused removed her shorts and showed her vagina. He told her to put her shorts back on."
Torrie was dropped-off at her ex-husband's home. The cabbie heard her ex warning: "Be careful of her. Take her away. We don't want her here."
The driver started recording on his mobile phone and Torrie said: "I'll pay you if you come inside."
In 2019 Torrie admitted rubbing her body against a train conductor. The conductor asked Torrie where she was going and she replied: "You can take me anywhere."
The shocked conductor threw Torrie off the Dundee-bound train and was arrested by British Transport Police in Perth.