An 86-year-old man faces jail after he pleaded guilty to the historical sexual abuse of a woman and a teenage girl.
Pensioner Terrence Brown had been due to stand trial in July but admitted to his crimes at Bristol Crown Court on Wednesday.
Brown, from Henbury, Bristol, appeared in court on a mobility scooter and pled guilty to the indecent assault of the teenager on six occasions, and raping her on six occasions.
He also pleaded guilty to two sexual assaults on the woman but denied further rape and sexual assault charges on them, which were deemed acceptable to the prosecution.
Allowing bail, Judge Michael Cullum told Brown: "You will be given credit when you are sentenced.
"Sentence will be fixed for the 10th of June.
"The magistrates' court is better able to cope with your disability.
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"You must understand that you will receive a custodial sentence on that day.
"Obviously, the sentencing judge will decide how long that sentence should be.”
Brown will appear via video link from Bristol Magistrates’ Court for his sentence hearing next month.