A man has been charged with sexual assault of a four-year-old girl in the early hours of Sunday morning in Adelaide’s north-west.
Key points:Police say they are not sure if the incident was in a public placeThe victim was taken to hospital and treated for minor injuriesPolice say the man was taken into custody in the CBD about 8:45amA man has also been charged in relation to the same incident in the same location.
Police say officers received a report of a man in a car parked in a suburban driveway in the South West at around 7:40am.
They say they were called to the address, located in Croydon, after a woman reported seeing a man urinating on the floor of a car.
Police said a woman said the man appeared to be intoxicated.
The man, who they did not identify, was charged with indecent exposure, obstructing a police officer and resisting arrest.
The woman who reported the incident told police the man approached her and tried to touch her.
She said the two had not spoken and the man then allegedly attempted to urinate on the woman.
The victim said she was able to get away from the man and called for help.
“I told him ‘this is ridiculous’ and he said ‘this isn’t funny’,” she said.
Police arrested the man in the suburb of Croydale about 8am.
He has been released on bail.
The Adelaide Police Service is not aware of any other incidents involving children in the city.
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