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Vile security guard who took three-year-old girl by hand before indecently assaulting her is jailed

Vile security guard who took a three-year-old girl by the hand and locked her in a stairwell before indecently assaulting her at a shopping centre is jailed

  • Sydney security guard who kidnapped a three-year-old girl has been jailed 
  • Mohammad Hassan Al Bayati, 30, touched the young girl’s underwear 
  • NSW District Court jailed the guard for minimum of two-and-a-half years 

A Sydney shopping centre security guard who kidnapped and indecently assaulted a three-year-old girl has been jailed for at least two-and-a-half years.

Mohammad Hassan Al Bayati, 30, touched the young girl’s underwear and exposed his penis during the 11 minutes they were in a stairwell – away from surveillance cameras – at DFO Homebush in December 2016.

NSW District Court Judge John Pickering on Tuesday said the girl had been ‘quite remarkable’ to report the crimes, and jailed the guard for four-and-a-half years with a minimum of two-and-a-half years.

Mohammad Hassan Al Bayati, 30, touched the young girl’s underwear and indecently assaulted her 

Responding to a report the girl was unattended and distressed at the centre’s playground, Al Bayati took her by the hand to the stairwell.

After receiving sexual gratification, he returned the girl to the playground and berated the waiting mother.

‘The gall of the offender to lecture the mother about the dangers and risks of leaving her in the play area when he ended up being the greatest risk is one of the most curious parts in this matter,’ Judge Pickering said.

Al Bayati will be eligible for release in mid-2021.

NSW District Court Judge John Pickering on Tuesday said the girl had been 'quite remarkable' to report the crimes, and jailed the guard for four-and-a-half years with a minimum of two-and-a-half years

NSW District Court Judge John Pickering on Tuesday said the girl had been ‘quite remarkable’ to report the crimes, and jailed the guard for four-and-a-half years with a minimum of two-and-a-half years

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