A pervert caught with a vile stash of 1,000,000 indecent images and videos of children was back before the courts charged with breaching an order designed to limit his internet use.

Appearing before Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on Friday, Darren Brazier, 37, of Thresher Drive, admitted two breaches of his sexual harm prevention order.

He dug an iPad out of his loft and was also found to have deleted the Kik messenger app from another device, meaning police were unable to see messages sent using the application.

Brazier was bailed to appear at Swindon Crown Court on June 26.

A 10 year sexual harm prevention order was made by Judge Jason Taylor QC at Swindon Crown Court last April, when he gave Brazier a 22 month suspended jail sentence for making indecent images and possession of prohibited images.

Brazier was first given a chance by a Swindon judge in 2010 when he was caught with more than 100,000 vile pictures and movies.

But within five months the 36-year-old was back downloading vast quantities of images of child rape.

And when police caught up with him almost seven years later they found more than a million illicit files on his collection of devices. The search terms he had used to source the collection included “daddy daughter” and "pre-teen".