A customer who exposed himself after an drunken x-rated rant at takeaway staff will have to sign the sex offenders' register.
John Morgan rubbed his crotch and made a series of sordid slurs during a visit to Papa John's in Gosforth High Street on June 15 this year.
North Tyneside Magistrates' Court heard how Morgan, 54, entered the store and sat slumped without making an order before he was challenged by staff.
Lee Poppett, prosecuting, said: "After about five minutes one of the staff members asked him to either order food or leave."
After he was challenged he asked one of the women working at the store "Do you want to see me later?"
He then he asked one woman: "Do you want to see me later?"
In a victim impact statement she said: "He said that in a creepy way.
"I told him no."
After he was rebuffed Morgan began to make a series of lewd remarks before rubbing his crotch and exposing his genitals.
He then branded the manager an "a***hole" as they tried bundling him out.
Police were called and Morgan was arrested.
Morgan, who admitted he "couldn't remember anything", pleaded guilty to indecent exposure.
Janice Hall, mitigating, said: "He's very much embarrassed.
"He was heavily under the influence of alcohol."
She claimed the offence was "out of character" for Morgan who has 11 previous convictions, including an offence which was religiously or racially aggravated.
Morgan didn't blame the booze but his mental health for his repeated offending and Ms Hall said he has a number of undiagnosed issues which may have contributed to the case.
Helen Bussell, presiding magistrate, said: "We are going to adjourn this for a full pre-sentence report.
"We are looking at the moment at a high level community order."
Morgan, of Cambridge Road, Bishop Auckland, was granted unconditional bail.
The court was told Morgan had spent two hours travelling to the hearing from his home and as a result he will be sentenced at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates' Court on July 30.