A man must wear an electronic tag after appearing in court accused of attempting to contact girls for sexual activity.
Bail was granted to 32-year-old Lee Henson who was ordered to remain at home in George Road, West Bridgford every night between 7pm and 7am.
He must also report to West Bridgford police twice weekly.
He was brought before Nottingham magistrates on Saturday. The case was sent to the Crown Court where it is due to be heard on May 15.
Henson, who cannot have equipment which gives internet access, faces five charges dated between April 1 and 13.
Sanjay Jerath, prosecuting, applied for Henson to be held in custody. But bail was granted after an application by Bill Soughton, defending.
L** H***** tried claiming mental health at his plea hearing in June and so it was adjourned pending a mental health assessment.
Well well well L** H***** it looks like your excuses for online grooming didn’t work.
We will see you for your plea hearing on 19th July 2017 for the following charges.
2 x attempting to meet a child following online grooming
2 x attempting to facilitate a child sex offence
1 x attempting to incite sexual activity with a child