A man is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a wheelchair
The physically disabled woman was allegedly violated after a train ride to Mount Druitt after sharing a carriage with the alleged perpetrator
The man was charged for arrested on Thursday for the May 9 crime and has been refused bail before he faces court
Reposted from an online story By LUCY THACKRAY FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA
PUBLISHED: 10:03 EST, 21 May 2015 |
A Sydney man is behind bars for allegedly sexually assaulting a disabled woman in a wheelchair.
Police in Sydney’s west have charged the 43-year-old male with allegedly taking advantage of the physically disabled woman during a late night incident earlier this month.
Between 1am and 2am on May 9, a 57-year-old wheelchair-bound woman was thought to have been approached by a man while travelling on a train from St Marys to Mount Druitt in Sydney.
Victim was allegedly pushed to a secluded area near the library after arriving to Mount Druitt train station
After exiting the train, the man allegedly pushed the woman to a secluded area near the local library and sexually and indecently assaulting her.
After the incident was reported to police officers from Mount Druitt began investigating the incident, leading to the arrest of a 43-year-old man on Thursday.
The Oakhurst man was denied bail to appear at court to face aggravated sexual assault and aggravated indecent assault charges.