A man will appear in court today charged over the alleged up-skirting of flight attendants on a flight from Queensland, and teenagers at a Sydney attraction yesterday.
Police will allege that while onboard a flight from the Gold Coast to Sydney yesterday (Tuesday 22 October 2019), a Queensland man filmed flight attendants inappropriately while they were assisting other passengers.
It is further alleged the man attended an attraction in Sydney later that day and filmed two teenagers – aged 15 and 17 – while following them through exhibits.
A fellow visitor became suspicious of the man and notified security, who contacted police.
Officers from North Shore Police Area Command attended the attraction and commenced an investigation.
Following inquiries, a 48-year-old man was arrested about 1.30pm and taken to Chatswood Police Station.
A mobile phone and digital camera were seized for examination, with numerous videos and images located of ‘up-skirting’ offences of several females.
The man was charged with possess child abuse material, film private parts without consent (x5), attempt film private parts without consent (x2), and aggravated attempt film private parts without consent (person under 16 years) (x3).
He was refused bail to appear before Manly Local Court today (Wednesday 23 October 2019).