Police in Worcester hunt yet another Islamic sexual predator responsible for a random sex attack in the street against a lone female. The Muslim sex pests who are carrying out random sex attacks are the ultimate opportunists. They almost have some kind of predatory instinct for finding a target and in within a matter of seconds. Honestly i can’t get my head round what must go through their mind. Most people driving at half 6 in the morning probably wouldn’t even noticed the female till they had drove past her. Yet in that couple of seconds the attacker has gone from driving down the road to instant sex fiend and pulled up at the side of her ready to pounce.
Teenage woman groped by motorist in Rainbow Hill area of Worcester
2:53pm Wednesday 9th October 2013 in News By Neil Watts
Teenage woman groped by motorist
A TEENAGE woman was propositioned and sexually assaulted by a car driver in an “unacceptable” attack.
The woman, who is in her late teens, was walking up Rainbow Hill and had turned into Lansdowne Crescent at about 6.30am on Saturday, October 5 when she noticed a black car driving slowly alongside her.
The driver asked her where she was going and offered her a lift home, which she refused, before the man got out of the car and approached her on Lansdowne Walk.
He started asking her personal questions then asked for a kiss. She tried to ignore him, but he attempted to kiss her and put his hand under her dress.
She pushed him away and hurried off while he got back into his vehicle and drove off.
The driver is described as being Asian, in his late 20s or early 30s, about 5ft 7ins tall, of medium build and he had short, black hair. He was wearing a white shirt and black trousers and had a local accent.
PC Naz Waliat of Worcester Police Station said: “This was a distressing incident for the young woman and it is concerning to us – it is unacceptable that anyone is approached, propositioned and sexually assaulted in the street.
“If anyone in the Rainbow Hill area witnessed any part of this incident, I would urge them to come forward. I would also like to speak to anyone who may recognise the description of the driver.”
Anyone with information can call PC Waliat, quoting incident 177s05/10/13, on the non-emergency number 101.