Police officer was chasing a little girl in an elevator – The incident was recorded by cameras

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A police officer in Australia found guilty of obscene attack on a teenage girl in an elevator at a Sydney train station. The video from 2019, which saw the light of day, “Burned” Glenn Roche, who tried to present his own version to the judge but was not convinced.

On this day in 2019, the 54-year-old had spent the previous hours walking in various attractions in the area with his own wife and the girl’s family. The girl seems to be slipping on the floor of the elevator, with the man lifting it, but from a point that did not convince her of good intentions.

The girl managed to escape from Ross and told his mom what had happened. Later, the little one testified in court that her husband squeezed her breast twice, as he tried to grab it, a move deemed to be aimed at something other than a game.

The 54-year-old tried to convince the court that it was just that they were playing, however he had admitted to the Authorities that his hands were found on the girl’s chest. However, he stressed that this was accidental and not intended to sexual satisfaction.

«I had in mind to grab her and give her a kiss on the cheek, as to her sisters and her mother. “I remember kissing her on the right cheek and that was my only goal,” Ross told police, according to 7news.com.au. However, the 13-year-old stressed that the man intended for more than just a kiss.

According to the 54-year-old’s testimony, the whole scene “happened because she let her body fall to the ground and slipped through my hands. So, there would be some kind of contact without a doubt. There is definitely no sexual satisfaction on my part».

The little girl also told the court that she still has nightmares from the attack and that she is afraid that something like this will happen to her again, while Ross still insists that he did nothing wrong.

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