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A Sydney Trains employee has been charged after he allegedly flashed a female passenger while in uniform in the city's west.
The 35-year-old boarded a train at Blacktown on the evening of November 23 and sat opposite the 21-year-old woman.
Police said he then exposed himself before committing an "act of indecency" some time before the woman left the carriage at Lidcombe railway station.
He was arrested at Parramatta on Wednesday and charged with wilful and obscene exposure and committing and act of indecency.
The man was granted conditional bail and is expected to appear at Parramatta Local Court in January.
Sydney Trains has been contacted for comment.
This article first appeared on www.dailymail.co.uk
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