Kids charged with bashing, spitting on Good Samaritans

A 14-YEAR-OLD girl and two boys, aged 13 and 15, have been arrested and charged after allegedly bashing and spitting on staff and Good Samaritans at a train station in Sydney’s south.

The three young teenagers allegedly pilfered a number of drinks from a supermarket at Wolli Creek before heading to the Wolli Creek Railway Station about 7pm on Tuesday.

In a statement, a NSW Police spokesperson said while at the station, the teens allegedly assaulted two male Sydney Trains employees, one of whom was aged in his 40s and the other his 60s.


The youths then allegedly turned on a 22-year-old man who tried helping the employees before pushing and spitting on a 31-year-old woman who came to their assistance.

The Sydney Trains staff were treated at the scene by paramedics for minor injuries while the 22-year-old Good Samaritan also needed treating for small cuts and brusing to his head.

All three teens were arrested at the scene and taken to St George Police Station where they were each charged with affray, common assault, larceny and transport offences.

The 15-year-old boy was also charged with breaching bail and going armed with intent.

He was refused bail and due appear before a Children’s Court today, while the other two teens were released and will appear in a Children Court’s next month.

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