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Man 'placed mobile phone up skirts of women, teens'

PICTURES of female genitals were allegedly found on a phone belonging to a middle-aged man accused of filming up young girls' skirts at a Sydney shopping centre this week.

Police were patrolling a Burwood shopping centre when they allegedly saw a 53-year-old man approach two women and place a mobile phone up their skirts.

They followed the man and allegedly saw him repeat the same action with two 14-year-old girls.

He was arrested and taken to the local police station where officers allegedly found evidence of further offending.

The man, from Croydon, was charged with 13 counts of filming person's private parts, one count of aggravated attempt film persons private parts and drug offences.

He was released on bail and will front court on February 14.

Topics:  court police


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