A TEACHER who sexually abused a pupil has been shamed by police for his 'completely unacceptable' behaviour.

Stuart Hubble, who was a music teacher at an Oxford school, was sentenced at Oxford Crown Court yesterday. 

The court heard how the 50-year-old of Lark Rise, Brackley, 'begged' his victim for sex and 'made her feel uncomfortable' until she consented.

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During a six-month period they had sex multiple times including once in a car at Thorpe Park and once in his office, and he told her he would leave his wife for her.

Hubble had already pleaded guilty to three counts alleging sexual activity with a female as an adult abusing a position of trust.

They all involved one victim who cannot be named for legal reasons.

He was handed a 12-month jail term, suspended for two years.

Detective Constable Karen Zoldan, of the Child Abuse Investigation Unit, based at Cowley police station, said: "Hubble behaved in a completely unacceptable way.

"He abused his position and took advantage of a child."

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She thanked the victim for her bravery, adding: "She has shown courage throughout the investigation.

"Thames Valley Police take all reports of this nature seriously and work hard to bring offenders to justice."

The force said Hubble was made subject to a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for a period of five years.