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A man has been charged over a spate of alleged indecent acts on Sydney rail services, all performed while sitting next to female passengers.
A 29-year-old will face court today following four separate incidents between November 2018 and June 2019. He was arrested at a home in North Manly on Tuesday.
Police allege he performed sex acts upon himself on the busy train services.
Earlier this week, police released CCTV footage of a man departing from a number of train services who they wanted to speak to.
The first incident occurred on November 12, 2018, just before the afternoon peak hour, on a train between Redfern and Parramatta. A man boarded the train and sat next to a female passenger.
“It is alleged the man began performing a sexual act on himself, prompting the woman to scream. She moved seats, and the man left the carriage shortly after,” police said.
Police released CCTV footage of a man they said could asset with their inquiries. Source: NSW Police.Source:Supplied
Days later, on November 19, 2018, a man boarded a city-bound Blue Mountains line intercity train at Strathfield in the city’s inner west and sat next to another woman. About 10 minutes later, it is alleged the man performed a sexual act on himself.
On Friday, November 30, 2018, again just before the evening rush, a woman boarded a train at Town Hall station headed west. When the train arrived at Central station, a man sat down next to the woman, and it’s alleged he then performed a sexual act on himself.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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