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Upskirt filming charge at train station
Upskirt filming charge at train station

A man who allegedly tried to film up a woman’s skirt in the city will face court today.

Police will allege the 31-year-old Tuart Hill man followed a woman along the upper level of the Perth train station at 3.50pm yesterday afternoon.

He then allegedly placed a bag with a recording device on the ground behind her in an attempt to film up her skirt.

The man has been charged with Indecent Act with Intent to Offend and is due to appear in the Perth Magistrate's Court today.

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