GUCCI WANKER FLASHES GRANNY! Police on hunt for sleazy Gosford man who likes to rub & tug in public

Police are on the hunt for a so-called “Gucci wanker” after a man is alleged to have masturbated and exposed himself to an elderly woman while on a train in NSW’s Central Coast.

Detectives are on the lookout for a “Gucci wanker” after yet another incident of a sleazy man allegedly harassing women on the NSW public transport system.

The latest case involves a middle-aged man who boarded a train at Gosford Station on the evening of Sunday, 20 March, and sat next to an elderly woman.

The man is then alleged to have begun touching himself, before exposing himself to the woman.

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While the man was busy allegedly touching himself, the quick-thinking 74-year-old woman managed to take a clear photograph of the alleged offender.

The incident was then reported to officers attached to the Police Transport Command at Sydney’s Central Station.

The alleged offender is described as being of Caucasian appearance, aged in his 40’s, and of medium build.

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In the photograph, the man can be seen carrying a black backpack and wearing a grey coloured t-shirt, white and blue striped shorts as well as a ‘Gucci’ brand hat. It remains unclear if the attire is authentic or a cheap knock-off.

Earlier this week, in an unrelated case, NSW Police arrested a 75-year-old man at his Mortdale home in Sydney’s south over the alleged rape of a 15-year-old boy inside a toilet at Sydney’s busy Central Station last Saturday afternoon.

Anyone with information about the wanted “Gucci wanker” is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.

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Serkan Ozturk is the publisher of True Crime News Weekly. He is an investigative journalist and editor with a colourful career spanning across print, online, radio and television. He has had his journalism previously featured by Sydney Morning Herald, Crikey, Australian Doctor, Ruptly, Dopamine Magazine, City Hub and the Star Observer. He is a member of the MEAA.

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