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A MAN has been charged after touching the legs of two women on separate trains.
At 12.50pm on Saturday, May 12, the man boarded a train at Tuggerah Railway Station and sat next to a 23-year-old woman.
The man allegedly touched her leg and buttocks.
The woman walked away before reporting the incident to police after getting off at Hornsby Railway Station.
The same man boarded a train at Macquarie Park.About 5pm on Friday June 1, police allege the same man boarded a train at Macquarie Park Railway Station and sat next to a 27-year-old woman.
The man allegedly touched her leg.
The woman walked away and later reported the incident to police after getting off at Chatswood Railway Station.
Police Transport Command officers tracked the man down at Parramatta.Police Transport and Public Safety Command officers arrested the 34-year-old man at Parramatta about 11.30am yesterday.
He was charged with two counts of assault with act of indecency and granted conditional bail to appear at Parramatta Local Court on Monday, July 16.
Police Transport Command’s Operation Artemis is an ongoing campaign targeting offenders who commit indecent or sexual offences on the public transport network.
The man was arrested and taken to Parramatta Police Station. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett)
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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