Pensioner is accused of performing sex acts in front of passengers on Sydney buses
- The offences allegedly happened on buses in Sydney’s inner city and inner west
- The suspect was arrested at Sydney’s Railway Square outside Central Station
- He faces 10 charges of carrying out a sexual act on another without consent
A 64-year-old man will appear in court today charged with performing sex acts in front of horrified passengers on Sydney buses.
Police say the offences occurred between February and March on public transport in Sydney’s CBD, Redfern, Haymarket, Broadway and Newtown.
The man was arrested at Railway Square in Sydney’s Haymarket yesterday and charged with 10 counts of carrying out a sexual act with another without consent.
Police have arrest a 64-year-old man and charged him with performing sex acts in front of horrified passengers on Sydney buses. (Stock image)
The arrest came after police yesterday released new clearer CCTV images of a man wanted in connection with the offences after a previous unsuccessful appeal for help in April.
Police Transport Command North Central’s Proactive Crime Team later arrested a man outside Sydney Central Station.
The accused faces 10 10 counts of carrying out a sexual act with another without consent. He was denied bail and will appear in court today. (Stock image)
He was refused bail and will appear before Central Local Court today.