A MAN has admitted a number of fraud charges in court, including obtaining flying lessons dishonestly from Bournemouth Flying Club and using a fake Lord title to order goods.

James Maycock, of Goldfinch Road, Poole, appeared before Bournemouth Crown Court yesterday. (July 9)

Standing in the dock, he spoke to confirm his name and address, before pleading guilty to five charges.

The court was told that one count related to obtaining the flying lessons, without the intention of paying, which were worth £2,499.88.

Other charges he admitted included dishonestly obtaining a horse exam worth £356, and, in May 2017, ordering goods falsely under the name Lord James Whitcombe.

Maycock also admitted dishonestly obtaining the services of a veterinary surgery, between July 1 - 31, 2014.

The remaining charge was one of fraud, relating to his dealings with motor spares company.

Maycock, aged 31, was represented by Mr Robert Grey during Monday's crown court hearing.

Miss Mary Aspinall-Miles was prosecuting.

Judge Forster, said he required a pre-sentence report before he could pass sentence on Maycock.

Maycock was bailed and ordered to attend a sentencing hearing back at the same court on August 17.