The court heard on March 9 at about 1am Thompson entered the residence of a Gladstone couple, of whom he didn't know, nor did they know him.
Police prosecutor Gavin Reece said Thompson entered the main living area of the home, undressed himself, sat down on the lounge chair and used a cushion to cover his crotch.
There was a relatively quiet start to the game in the damp and cloudy north east, but the home side created the first chance as Danny Johnson’s ninth-minute shot was blocked by Guiseley captain Danny Lowe.
Heed’s Jordan Burrow glanced a header just wide minutes later but the Lions had the ball in the net soon after.
Reece Thompson was the first to threaten for the Lions but, after a neat turn, his shot was wayward.
Thompson was involved as Guiseley went much closer midway through the first half.
The home-owners were asleep upstairs along with their children, but awoke to the sound of movement downstairs, the court heard.
Alex Purver drove in a low ball that Thompson slid in to meet but that chance was blocked by the Quakers’ defence.
Vanarama National League: Gateshead 1 Guiseley 0 GUISELEY suffered their first defeat of the Vanarama National League season after a solitary second-half goal left them travelling home from the International Stadium with nothing.
The Lions had drawn at home on the opening day of the campaign but their first away game saw them beaten by Neil Aspin’s Gateshead after the Heed’s skipper Neill Byrne emphatically headed home Paddy Mc Laughlin’s 53rd-minute corner.
Cook had an effort blocked inside the six yard box but it was not to be as Micky Mellon’s team had to settle for a point against resolute opposition.
Tranmere Rovers: Davies; Buxton, Mc Nulty, Mc Eveley, Ridehalgh; Hughes, Norburn; Jennings, Harris (Alabi 74), Dunn; Cook. Rovers National League campaign continues on Saturday with another away game, this time against Eastleigh.
The sides cancelled each other out and, while former Oldham Athletic centre back and current Guiseley manager Adam Lockwood was happy with a clean sheet from his charges, he must have been frustrated that they didn’t end their pre-season with a victory.