Caught a sexy pervert scaring a girl in Nea Smirni

A young man who allegedly committed sexual acts against a young woman in Nea Smyrni was taken to the prosecutor’s office.

The prosecutor is currently examining the case file opened by the police in order to decide on the charges.

Recall that the young man is accused of sexually harassing a passer-by. He is Greek and studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Piraeus. Strange, but he gives the impression of an educated, pleasant and reasonable young man, not a marginal at all!

What happened to him, and why he began to demonstrate his “manhood” to a random passer-by, and then also persecute her, will be established by the authorities by appointing a forensic psychiatric examination … Although, perhaps, he was “just joking” without suspecting that that such an offense is punished to the fullest extent of the law.

The circumstances of the case are being investigated.

Course of events

The countdown to the identification and subsequent arrest began when the girl decided to share the event that had happened to her, which scared her, on social networks.

She posted a video showing how a 22-year-old boy follows her all the way to the house (with his fly unbuttoned and bare genitals). The post received 20,000 comments and messages, which the girl posted later. Then dozens of netizens contacted her to help identify the alleged offender

According to the Greek police, the guy is not that simple. Perhaps it is he who is the wanted criminal, who in 3 similar cases did the same in the areas of Nea Smyrni, Paleo Faliro and near the Acropolis.

The information says that two cases of sexual harassment (insults) took place in August: one in P. Faliro (against a 24-year-old woman), and the other near the Acropolis (against a 22-year-old girl). The third case concerns the sexual abuse of a 28-year-old woman in Nea Smyrni in September 2020. All three women identified him.

In the information ΕΛ.ΑΣ. it is noted that the accused works in a cafeteria in N. Smyrni and lived next to two victims in the area.

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