A MAN has appeared in court and denied stalking a Croydon schoolboy.
Adam Hinkly, 48, pleaded not guilty to stalking and also to a charge of making indecent photographs of children, when he appeared at Croydon Crown Court yesterday (Wednesday).
The self-employed computer programmer, of Deans Close, Croydon, is accused of approaching a 15-year-old boy on several occasions at Sandilands tram stop between January 1 and February 16 this year.
At one point he is alleged to have passed the schoolboy a note in which he propositioned him.
He is also alleged to have made 12 indecent images of children at his home on March 30 this year.
Hinkly was given conditional bail ahead of his trial which is scheduled to begin on March 23, 2015.