A man who committed obscene acts in front of women as they walked their dogs at local parks has avoided further imprisonment, having already been sentenced to jail for an aggravated home burglary. Trumaine Shane Clem Donaldson, 22, was fined on Thursday and placed on a 12-month community-based order in Kalgoorlie Magistrates Court for two counts of obscene acts in public and two indecent acts in public. Donaldson was at Ray Finlayson Sporting Complex’s grandstand about 10.40am on May 9 when he lifted up his shirt, exposing his stomach to a woman who was walking her dog around the oval with her friend, before pulling his pants down to his knees, exposing his genitals. Donaldson yelled out to the woman a few times, but she did not respond. He pulled his shirt up again and pulled down his pants before placing one hand on his penis while continuing to look at the victim. The victim told police she was “distressed” and continued to walk around the oval away from him. Last year on September 29, another woman was walking her dog along Marshall Street when Donaldson called out from Shepherdson Park asking her what the time was. Donaldson was about 50m away from the victim when she told him the time, and when she looked up she noticed he was fully naked with his penis in his hand. The woman yelled out “What are you doing? Put your pants back on,” and Donaldson walked to a nearby electrical box before saying “sorry”. Later that morning another woman was walking her dog in Shepherdson Park and was returning to her vehicle when Donaldson approached her from a nearby alleyway and asked her what the time was. Donaldson had his hands down his pants and was “rubbing up and down” before exposing his penis to her. Donaldson was also sentenced for two trespassing and stealing charges, one of which related to him stealing steak from the local Woolworths and threatening a staff member with what they thought was a knife but later turned out to be a comb. The other stealing charge related to an aggravated home burglary for which he was given 14 months imprisonment in Kalgoorlie District Court earlier this week. Because of that sentence, and because Donaldson has an intellectual disability, Magistrate Janie Gibbs fined him $700 and placed him on a 12-month community-based order with program and supervision requirements. She said those type of offences generally attracted imprisonment, immediate or suspended, but she did not believe Donaldson was the vehicle for general or personal deterrence.