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Sydney man asked stranger for sex at train stations

  • Thomas Hayward, 20, accused of more than a dozen counts of offensive conduct
  • Allegedly propositioned one man and more than half a dozen women for sex 
  • Offences occurred near Roseville and Lindfield stations over a three months 

A young man accused of asking several strangers for sex after following them home from Sydney train stations has breached his bail.

Thomas Hayward, 20, is accused of more than a dozen counts of offensive conduct when he allegedly propositioned one man and more than half a dozen women near Roseville and Lindfield stations over a three month period last year.

‘If you don’t mind, would you like to have sex with me?’ he allegedly asked a victim, according to a tendered document.

The offences occurred near Roseville (pictured) and Lindfield stations over a three months

Thomas Hayward, 20, is accused of allegedly propositioning one man and more than half a dozen women near Roseville and Lindfield stations (pictured)

Thomas Hayward, 20, is accused of allegedly propositioning one man and more than half a dozen women near Roseville and Lindfield stations (pictured)

‘The victim responded: Are you crazy?’

He allegedly followed another woman and grabbed his groin multiple times after asking ‘for a fling’ and being told to ‘f*** off’ during one of 14 incidents from June 25 until late August.

Police say he also walked into the garage of a woman who had just parked her car, was turned down three times and then opened his wallet to show a large amount of $50 notes.

The sole male victim, who was allegedly asked if he wanted oral sex, was the son of an earlier victim, police say.

When he was told to stop harassing, the accused allegedly responded: ‘What do you mean? I just asked a simple question.’

Hayward faced Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday after being caught near a train station while not in the company of his mother, which constituted a breach of bail.

His strict bail was continued and he is due to face Parramatta Local Court on November 16.

A young man accused of asking several strangers for sex after following them home from Sydney train stations has breached his bail (stock image) 

A young man accused of asking several strangers for sex after following them home from Sydney train stations has breached his bail (stock image) 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk