Woman indecently assaulted following car crash in Bankstown

A man has been charged over the alleged indecent assault of a woman in Sydney’s south west, NSW Police say.

About 6pm on Thursday 22 November 2018, a 19-year-old woman was involved in a crash on Chapel Road South at Bankstown, causing minor damage to her vehicle.

Following the crash, the woman drove to a nearby service station where she was approached by a man who offered her assistance.

Police have been told after the man fixed the damage to her car, he propositioned sexual acts to her, to which she refused.

The woman drove from the service station; however, the man allegedly followed her.

A short time later, the woman had to pull her vehicle over off Albert Street at Revesby due to fears of it overheating, at which point the man has also allegedly pulled his vehicle over and indecently assaulted her.

The woman entered her vehicle and drove away, before the man has allegedly attempted to enter her vehicle while she was stopped in heavy traffic on Milperra Road.

She managed to flee and alert police.

Following inquiries, officers from Bankstown Police Area Command attended a home on De Witt Street at Bankstown about 10am today (Friday 23 November 2018).

A 36-year-old man was arrested at the home and taken to Bankstown Police Station where he was charged with indecent assault (x2); incite person to commit act of indecency; and stalk/intimidate intend fear physical harm.

He was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Local Court tomorrow (Saturday 24 November 2018).

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