NSW: Teen surrenders to police after train station stabbing

A 17-YEAR-OLD boy who allegedly stabbed a man multiple times in a bizarre, frenzied attack at a train station in Sydney’s south at the weekend has been charged after handing himself into police.

The incident, which was captured on CCTV cameras, occurred at Kirrawee Railway Station just after midnight on Sunday 28 August.

It’s alleged the 43-year-old victim was standing on the concourse and had noticed the 17-year-old boy urinating on a ticket machine.


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Police said the man asked the teenager to stop urinating on the machine. The 17-year-old then allegedly whipped out a knife and repeatedly stabbed the 43-year-old.

The injured man was rushed to St George Hospital with multiple stab wounds. He has since been released.

Police said the 17-year-old boy handed himself into police on Monday night after CCTV footage of the stabbing was released to the public.

The teen has since been charged with wounding with intent. Refused bail, he is expected to front Sutherland Children’s Court.