Mother-of-three takes photo of man who ‘wandered into parents’ room at Westfield shopping centre before staring at her kids and then spitting abuse at her when she asked him to leave’
- Woman horrified when man went into parents’ room and stared at her children
- The mother alleged he began to spit abuse at her when she asked him to leave
- She took a photo of the man as he was allegedly abusing her in the restroom
A mother-of-three was horrified when a man allegedly began yelling abuse at her in the parents’ room of a shopping centre.
The woman claimed that the ‘older man without children’ walked into the parents room at Westfield Hornsby in northern Sydney without any children and wandered around.
She posted the man’s image to Facebook, saying that he began to stare at her three children as they were getting ready to leave.
A mother posted this image to Facebook of a man who allegedly walked into the parents’ room and stared at her children before spitting abuse at her
Growing uncomfortable, she asked the man what he was doing there before he allegedly ‘launched into a tirade of abuse’.
She said that the man was calling her names and became verbally abusive.
The mother-of-three desperately tried searching for the shopping centre’s security phone number but wasn’t able to find anything due to poor reception as the parent room is ‘deep in the concrete bunker that is Westfield’.
She said another woman in the restroom rushed her children out of the room, refusing eye contact with Lloyd before hurriedly leaving.
When she realised that the woman left without seeking help, she quickly took a picture of the man to show security and police.
She claimed that the man was so ‘animated with aggression’ that he was spitting.
The woman alleged that the ‘older man without children’ walked into the parent room at Westfield Hornsby without any children
A woman that was hiding in one of the breast-feeding cubicles managed to get onto security who arrived after the man had allegedly left the room.
The mother handed the picture in to security, who later called and told her that they escorted the man off the premises.
‘I was really disappointed in their response and care factor for violence towards women and children,’ Lloyd said on Facebook.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Westfield for comment.