Germany: An African sexually harassed 17-year-old disabled female wheelchair user

Yesterday, an African is said to have sexually harassed a 17-year-old handicapped wheelchair user at the Ismaning S-Bahn stop and once again on the platform in Englschalking. Around 1:30 p.m., a 17-year-old disabled wheelchair user waited for her friend as well as the suburban train at the platform of the Ismaning station. While waiting, a 26-year-old Senegalese is said to have touched the girl – against her will – several times in the breast area, kissed her on the mouth and finally touched her in the genital area.Together with her 16-year-old girlfriend, the 17-year-old boarded the suburban train (S8) in the direction of Munich. All three got off at the suburban train stop Englschalking after the two young people had talked to their mothers on the phone in the suburban train.On the platform, the 26-year-old sexually harassed the 17-year-old again. It was only when two witnesses addressed the Senegalese and resolutely intervened that the 26-year-old left for platform 2. An informed patrol of the Federal Police was able to spot the 26-year-old during a local search, temporarily arrest him and take him to the office. A breath alcohol concentration of 1.48 per mille was measured there. The public prosecutor’s office in Munich I ordered a blood sample to be taken from the 26-year-old man and the district court in Munich ordered a prosecution for sexual harassment.The Senegalese, who has already become known to the police, has been in Germany since April 2015 and has a valid residence permit. The Federal Police commended the behaviour of the two youths, who immediately phoned on the suburban train to describe the incident. The state and federal police could thus quickly be on the spot in Englschalking. In addition, the resolute intervention of the witnesses prevented the man from committing further attacks against the girl.

https://searchlight-germany.blogspot.com/2019/09/germany-african-sexually-harassed-17.html

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