PAEDOPHILE Rolf Harris has been seen for the first time since he was caught waving at kids outside a primary school.
The disgraced Aussie entertainer, 89, was holding the arm of his female carer in Maidenhead, Berkshire before the pair got in a car and scarpered.
He was previously banished from the grounds of a primary school when he was seen waving at young pupils.
Harris’ family put him under “house arrest” after the “disastrous” incident, which could have led to him being put back behind bars.
After photographs emerged of Harris at Oldfield Primary School in Maidenhead, Berks., head Richard Jarrett insisted that he had no access to pupils, and that police had been informed.
Mr Jarrett said: “We’ve got a wood sculptor working close to the road at the moment and Rolf Harris lives near to the school.
“He must have seen him [the sculptor] and come into the school area.
“He had no access to the children whatsoever.”
Harris explained that he was there to pick up some wood from the sculptor — but Mr Jarrett told him: “You need to go”.
Asked if he was concerned about the paedo waving at children, the teacher replied: “I was not there at the time to stop him waving at the children.”
On Sunday, Harris axed plans to appeal his child sex convictions just weeks after he hired private investigators to dig up dirt on his victims.
The former TV entertainer had instructed the team to probe accusers from his 2014 trial.
Private eyes are said to have trawled through his victims’ bank records looking for dodgy financial histories for the last four years.
Harris planned to use the material in a fresh appeal, but has now decided not to proceed.
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He was released two years ago after serving three years of a five year jail sentence for attacking young girls between 1968 and 1988.
Since then Harris has been holed up at his mansion in Bray, near Maidenhead.
Harris also told Aussie newspaper Herald Sun he was suffering from diabetes and spent his time looking after his wife of 61 years Alwen Hughes who has Alzeheimer’s disease and building model houses for friends.
Rolf Harris recently ditched his plans to make a fresh appeal against his child sex convictions[/caption]
He had hired private investigators in the hopes of finding dirt to use against his victims[/caption]
Rolf says he has been spending his time looking after his wife Alwen Hughes, who has Alzheimer’s[/caption]
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