A man who believed he was chatting to a 14-year-old girl online claimed he wanted to make her a “real woman”.
Aleem Azam was instead in contact with a police decoy out to catch the 49-year-old.
Azam asked what he believed to be a 14-year-old to have sex with him and police later caught him with 18 indecent images of children.
On Friday at Glasgow Sheriff Court, he pleaded guilty to sending sexual communications to the decoy as well as having the indecent images.
The court heard he was chatting to who he thought was a girl via Skype.
Prosecutor Claire Wallace said: “He identified as disabled and in a wheelchair.
“He stated everything still works in his body.
“He identified to the child he would like to have sex with her and then sent an image of a naked male.
“He stated that he couldn’t wait to make her a real woman.”
Police later raided his home and discovered devices with the indecent images stored on them.
Azam, of Glasgow’s Shawlands, will be sentenced next month.
Sheriff Andrew Cubie continued bail meantime.