Heavily tattooed accused & # 39; sex plague & # 39; is charged with alleged sexual acts involving herself on women in trains
- Man accused of allegedly indecent acts for female passengers on trains
- Follows public appeal by NSW police on four separate alleged incidents
- Suspected incidents occurred on Sydney trains between last November and June
- Man, 29, arrested on the northern beaches of Sydney to appear in court on Wednesday
An alleged sexual vermin is charged with a series of accusations following a wave of indecent acts for female passengers on trains in Sydney.
The NSW Police Transport Command launched a public call and released CCTV on Monday in four separate incidents on Sydney trains between last November and earlier this month.
The police claim that a heavily tattooed man committed a sexual act on three separate occasions in November 2018 while sitting next to female commuters traveling on trains through Sydney.
A man was charged with a series of crimes after the police released CCTV from a man who they thought could help investigate a series of alleged incidents involving trains in Sydney.
The first incident would have occurred on a train in the west between Redfern and Parramatta on November 12.
According to police, a similar incident occurred with the same man aboard a train in the Blue Mountains between Strathfield and Central six days later.
A third incident was said to have occurred on November 30 aboard a train heading west between Central and Strathfield.
The police launched a public appeal following a wave of suspected incidents on trains in Sydney between November 2018 and June this year
The most recent incident occurred on June 3, when a woman boarded a train north to board Central Station.
A man boarded two different stops at Wynyard Station and sat down next to her before reportedly performing a sexual act on himself.
The woman asked the man to stop and leave her.
The man moved, and the woman approached the guard's compartment and contacted the police at Milson's Point Station.
The man got out at North Sydney station.
A man will appear in court on Wednesday after extensive investigation and a public appeal by the police
After extensive questions and a public call, the police arrested a 29-year-old man in a North Manly house on the northern beaches of Sydney on Tuesday morning.
He was charged with three counts of commit act of indecency with person 16 years and older and intentional and obscene exposure in a public place.
He was refused to appear on bail in Manly Local Court on Wednesday.
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