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A TRANSIT officer has been punched in the face after he asked four teenagers, all aged under 15, to produce train tickets at a station in Sydney's southwest.
Two plain-clothes officers asked to see the tickets about 3pm (AEST) yesterday at Birrong Railway Station.
The teenagers refused to show them and one of the group punched an officer in the face when he told them to sit down.
The officers apprehend him as the three other teenagers allegedly threatened them.
A second youth was also handcuffed, with police arriving on the scene a short time later.
A 14-year-old boy has been charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm, breach of bail and not making a ticket available for inspection.
He was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Children's Court on Thursday.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with intentionally obstruct or hinder rail officer and granted conditional bail to appear at Parramatta Childrens Court on September 1.
Two other boys, aged 14 and 15, will be issued with youth cautions, police said.
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