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Elderly man caught stroking young bus passenger’s thigh; gets bolder when no one says anything




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An elderly man was caught on camera stroking the thigh of a young woman on a public bus. The incident reportedly occurred on bus service 50 on Sunday, 19 Nov.

The elderly man who was seated beside the aisle was seen surreptitiously stroking the thigh of the woman seated between him and the bus window. The young woman, appears to be uncomfortable and inches away but the man grew bolder, since no one confronted him.

The young woman, having had enough, turns to face the man at which point he quickly removed his hand and alighted the bus.

The entire incident was filmed by a commuter seated opposite the elderly man.

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According to the Chinese daily, the victim initially remained silent though she was uncomfortable because she was to afraid to say anything.

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