“Funny” how this admittedly Paki national is relentlessly mis-identified by the presstitutes as “MELBOURNE TEEN!”
The presstitutes are all using the same language to describe the perp and call him a “teen” without mentioning the ‘M’ word. This Paki headbanger is just doing what any good Muslim would do to infidel whores. His bad luck is only that we’re not yet under sharia law. It remains to be seen if he will stand for the judge.
Gold Coast beach assault accused denied bail
A teenager allegedly assaulted numerous women in the water at Surfers Paradise on Tuesday. Photo: Glenn Hunt
Police believe a Victorian teenager accused of the sexual assaults of eight women and girls in the surf at a popular Gold Coast beach may have more victims.
The 18-year-old, from the regional city of Geelong, is alleged to have sexually assaulted five girls aged 15 and three women aged between 17 and 24 within a half an hour period at Surfers Paradise beach on Tuesday.
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The alleged victims were swimming in three groups between the flags just after midday when the man is alleged to have swum between them and committed the assaults.
Two told police he attempted to digitally rape them.
The teenager, a Pakistan national, has been charged with seven counts of sexual assault, two counts of attempted rape and four counts of common assault.
He was refused bail when he appeared in Southport Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning, after magistrate John Costanzo described his explanation as “implausible”.
Surfers Paradise Detective Inspector Tony Aubort said the alleged broad daylight attacks were “brazen”.
He said with the beach packed on a hot Gold Coast day, police believed there could be more victims.
“This is an ongoing investigation, we are seeking any information from any person or any member of the public who may have witnessed these events, anyone with knowledge to come forward,” he said.
“There may be more victims out there that may have been before or after this time, so we are encouraging any person who may have experience anything similar or related to this to come forward.”
In the teenager’s bail application hearing on Wednesday, magistrate Mr Costanzo deemed the trainee mechanic, who was on holiday with a family friend at the time of the alleged assaults, an unacceptable risk of re-offending.
“My view of the facts in this case is the crown case appears to be quite strong in the allegation of eight separate brazen and repeated sexual assaults and attempted rape,” he said.
“It’s an indication of a person having great difficulty controlling their sexual instincts.”
Inspector Aubort agreed with Mr Costanzo the man’s explanation that rough surf had caused him to hold onto the women and girls was implausible.
“Initially, there’s been some attempted explanations as to rough surf and flailing about and grabbing onto the victims to protect himself,” he said.
“The evidence is quite clear these were deliberate acts, the surf yesterday was only two to three feet, so there was nothing startling in that sense.”
The man was alone at the beach at the time the alleged attacks occurred, he said.
The alarm was raised with lifeguards, who called police to the popular beach to detain the man.
The case has been adjourned to return to court on February 11.
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