An exhibitionist dubbed 'the Naked Carpenter' for his habit of doing DIY in the nude left prison only to go immediately to a police station in transparent pants.
Robert Jenner went to Maidstone Police Station in the town's Palace Avenue to collect a mobile phone having just been released from a jail stint imposed for a number of exposure offences.
But between leaving the prison and reaching the station the 47-year-old got changed into see-through pants and a mesh thong in a bid to get around the court order ordering him to wear at least two layers.
The skimpy garments were shown to the jury.
Now the former soldier is facing another stretch in jail after the jury ruled the clothes had breached a Criminal Behaviour Order following the incident in January.
Jenner, formerly of Bingley Close, Snodland, claimed he was allowed to go commando because he is protected under the Human Rights Act.
But a jury at Maidstone Crown Court took just 17 minutes to see through his flimsy defence and convict him.
Judge Charles Macdonald QC adjourned sentence for 14 days to allow Jenner - who defended himself - an opportunity to get a barrister to represent him at the next hearing.
Prosecutor Simon Standford said: "This happened on the day he was released from prison for a large number of offences for exposure.
"He left prison and went to the police station to make enquiries about a mobile telephone wearing clothes, the Crown suggests, he hadn't been wearing when he had left prison."
He said it is the second time Jenner had breached the CBO which was imposed to "prevent him from exposing his genitalia".
As he walked into the police station a detective was summoned and thought she could see Jenner's genitalia.
But because she wasn't wearing her glasses, she called on a PC to confirm what she thought she could see.
The prosecutor told the jury: "The real issue here is whether or not he exposed himself. The Criminal Behaviour Order says he must wear at least one layer of clothing so his genitals could not be seen.
"Jenner, while giving evidence, admitted both items of clothes were see-through."
The order was imposed in 2019 at Canterbury Crown Court after Jenner, while working as a delivery driver, went commando and cut a hole in the crotch of his jeans.
He said after his time with the territorial and regular armies, including a tour of duty in Iraq, he became a carpenter.
Jenner was asked: "Do you consider yourself to be a naturist?" He replied: "Yes, to me naturism means being open.”
In his latest hearing Jenner, wearing regular grey jogging pants, told the jury that the Human Rights Act had granted him freedom of expression.
Jenner hit the headlines in 2016 after KentOnline revealed he was renovating his Eccles home wearing only his work boots. His behaviour sparked complaints.
Since then he has been in and out of court for a number of offences.
In December, he was sentenced to 10 months and told he must serve at least half that after breaching orders.
The court heard at the time he'd gone to Maidstone Police Station to sign a register and stripped off, although that did not constitute a breach.