Man is confronted with angry parents after he tried to hold the hand of a three-year-old child in Auburn
& # 39; He tried to grab her! & # 39 ;: Furious parents confront the man, 18, after he & # 39; held the toddler's hand and tried to take a 2-year-old from a saw saw & # 39 ; in a playground
- A teenager was confronted with parents after picking up children in a playground
- The 18-year-old approached the children at Mona Park in Auburn, west of Sydney
- Parents witnessed that the man was holding the hand of a child and picking up the other girl
- He was arrested by the police and charged with two counts of a common attack
One teenager was confronted by worried parents after holding a toddler's hand and picking up another in a busy playground.
The 18-year-old man approached the two children at Mona Park in Auburn in western Sydney on Saturday afternoon.
Parents witnessed that the man went to a three-year-old girl and reportedly held her hand for a short period of time.
One teenager was confronted with worried parents after holding a toddler's hand and picking up another in a busy playground (photo, the man who was supposed to have been charged)
He would then have picked up a two-year-old girl from a seesaw before she put her down again when the parents confronted him in the park.
Shortly after the confrontation with the parents, the teenager left the park.
The man's actions were reported to the police who were on site to talk to witnesses and the mother of the children.
The mother assumed Facebook to warn people about what had happened: & # 39; Brothers and sisters, today I was with my children in the park. A man tried to catch them. & # 39;
& # 39; Please watch your children !! & # 39;
Officers found the teenager a stone's throw from the park at 6 p.m. and brought him to the Auburn police station.
The teenager was charged with two counts of a common attack.
He received a conditional bail and appears in Burwood Local Court on July 4.
The 18-year-old man approached the two children in Mona Park (photo) in Auburn in western Sydney on Saturday afternoon
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