A rope, balaclava, gloves and a muzzle were found at the home of a father-to-be accused of flashing women jogging on Sydney's Bay Run, a court has been told.
The items, found in a bag at Andrew James Grant's home by police, were a matter of concern, police prosecutor Benjamin Delaroche said on Friday when opposing bail.
Grant, 28, appeared via video link in Sydney's Central Local Court when magistrate Les Mabbett refused him bail, noting police concerns about the prospect of further offending if he were released.
Grant, who lives with his partner, who's expecting a baby in July, is facing 10 charges, including five of stalking and two counts of assault with an act of indecency, dating from January 30.
Some incidents allegedly happened as early as 7.30am and others were said to have occurred at 10pm.
At his first appearance in Hornsby Local Court on Wednesday, police said Grant's behaviour had been escalating and "becoming increasingly unpredictable and brazen".
"Police fear he may be unable to control his future urges and may sexually assault any future victims," court documents stated.
The case was adjourned to March 23.