The sentencing of convicted paedophile Colin John Fisk set down for Nowra District Court on Monday, December 3 has been delayed until the new year after he was deemed unfit to travel.
Fisk has pleaded guilty to a number of fresh charges from 2016-17, however lawyers produced a medical certificate on Monday saying he was unfit to travel or appear via audio visual link.
Judge Phillip Mahony accepted the certificate and set down Fisk’s sentencing, who previously spent more than a decade in jail in the early 2000s for sexual offences against young boys, for Sydney on February 1 next year.
Fisk has previously pleaded guilty to 17 charges, including 11 counts of having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old boy.
Court papers said the 70-year-old befriended a number of teenagers in the southern Shoalhaven between September 2016 and April 2017, striking up a relationship with 15-year-old boy between January and March 2017.
The pair met on a number of occasions, performing a variety of sexual acts on each other, including oral sex and intercourse.