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A chef, charged with a spate of indecent acts in front of young women travelling on trains across Sydney, was refused bail in Manly Local Court on Wednesday.
Felipe Castilla-Parra, 29, of North Manly, is accused of sitting next to female passengers before performing a sex act on himself.
Mr Castilla-Parra, who works at a restaurant in Manly, is charged with three counts of commit act of indecency with person 16 years and over.
A still from a CCTV allegedly showing Felipe Castilla-Parra at a train station. The 29-year-old chef, from North Manly, is charged with committing indecent acts against women on Sydney trains. Source: NSW PoliceHe is also charged with one count of wilful exposure in a public place.
The first alleged incident occurred between 4pm and 4.25pm on a train travelling between Redfern and Parramatta on November 12.
Police allege Mr Castilla-Parra sat next to 22-year-old woman before committing an indecent act.
On November 19, between 9.50am and 11am, on a city-bound train from Penrith, police allege he sat next to a woman, 20, and committed an indecent act. On November 30, police allege Mr Castilla-Parra committed an indecent act while sitting next to a 21-year-old woman as a train passed through Strathfield.
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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