Epsom Woman Escapes From ‘Asian’ Sexual Predator

An Epsom woman has had a lucky escape from the clutches of a sexual deviant described as ‘Asian’. We all know from past  experiences that 99% of the time ‘described as Asian’ actually means Muslim!! The pervert pounced during the daytime something that is all to common lately.
Muslim sex pests are the ultimate predator, almost as-though they have an inbuilt radar to spot a potential target and pounce. No longer is it only women late at night in their sights. The brazenness of these beasts is unbelievable at times. They dont care if its dark or daytime, if its an isolated area or somewhere busy with lots of potential witnesses such as on a bus or high street. They dont care if its an OAP or a schoolgirl, they don’t even care if the victim is female,  as males being targeted is also on the increase lately. 

Woman breaks free from man who grabbed her in sexual assault

  • Jul 15, 2014 20:40   By David Stubbings

Police said the woman was assaulted in broad daylight as she walked down an alleyway

A teenage woman managed to escape the grasp of a man during a sexual assault in Epsom on Tuesday.

The incident happened between 3.25pm and 3.30pm in an alleyway which runs from Wells Road into Bramble Walk and into The Greenway.

Police said the woman was walking down the alley when she was approached by a man who grabbed her clothing as she passed him, before she broke free and ran off.

Temporary Detective Inspector Sailesh Limbachia said: “This offence took place in broad daylight and has left the victim extremely shaken.

“I am appealing for anyone who was in the area this afternoon and may have seen either a man matching the description or any suspicious activity to come forward.”

The man was described as Asian, in his mid-30s and with short black hair. He was wearing a black or navy jacket and had stubble or a beard. It is believed he was on foot.

Anyone with information can call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference P14204524 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.



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