CCTV captured Wayne Couzens driving into a McDonald's where he flashed staff days before Sarah Everard's murder.
The sick former cop, 50, was seen pulling into the drive-thru in Swanley, Kent, three days before he abducted, raped and murdered Sarah.
Couzens sat in his black Seat and pulled his trousers down exposing himself as he paid for his food on January 27. He did the same thing earlier, on February 14.
Sarah, 33, vanished from Clapham Common, South West London, on March 3.
A few months before, on November 13, 2020, while on duty, he stepped out of a wooded area naked in Deal, Kent, before performing a sex act on himself as a female cycled past.
And as he was sentenced at the Old Bailey today for three counts of indecent exposure, sick WhatsApp messages between him and other Met cops were revealed for the first time.
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Two officers included were PC Jonathon Cobban and PC Joel Borders, who were jailed for three months over the messages.
Four other officers, PC Gary Bailey, PC Matthew Forster, William Neville and PC Daniel Comfort lost their jobs over the incident.
Messages exchanged included comments about sexual assault, violence, gender and disability.
Couzens is already serving a life sentence for his attack on Sarah as she walked home on March 3, 2021.
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This morning he wore a grey prison tracksuit, had a full white beard and a shaved head as he was sentenced to 19 months.
The Met's Directorate of Professional Standards today said he was "sorry" Couzens wasn't arrested sooner.
DAC Stuart Cundy said: "Today's sentencing reflects the impact these awful crimes committed by Couzens has had on the women he targeted.
"I have read the victim impact statements and it is clear to me the hurt and trauma that he inflicted on them.
"It is their courage that has been crucial in bringing him to justice and I am sorry for what they have gone through.
"Like so many, I wish he had been arrested for these offences before he went on to kidnap, rape and murder Sarah Everard, and I am sorry that he wasn't.
"The Met's response to these crimes has been independently investigated.
"One officer is due to face a misconduct hearing and the events surrounding the death of Sarah Everard will be examined by the Coroner.
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"The fact he did this whilst serving as a police officer has brought shame on all us who swore to protect the communities we serve."
An independent inquiry led by Dame Elish Angiolini will consider his earlier sexual offending and whether opportunities were missed to stop him before Sarah tragically lost her life.
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