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Two women also told the court at a previous hearing that they saw Gill committing a sex act on himself while he was sitting in a chair in the window of Clear Vision on a date between 20.An optician who performed a sex act while giving a vision test to a 14-year-old girl was jailed for 21 months today.John Gill, 36, was convicted last year after a jury heard he masturbated at the Clear Vision opticians, in Knottingley, West Yorkshire, when the girl went to collect some contact lenses.Sentencing him at Leeds Crown Court today, Judge Rodney Grant described the offence as a 'considerable breach of trust' which left the girl distressed.Gill, of Hunters Way, Selby, North Yorkshire, was found guilty of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child following a trial in November.
It involved you masturbating in your shop in the presence of a 14-year-old girl, which caused her considerable distress.'The judge continued: 'The offence of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child was, in my view, one which was serious.