A delivery driver has been charged with indecently assaulting a two-year-old boy.
Police said that around 4.50pm yesterday, a 62-year-old man attended a home in Greystanes, Sydney to deliver food from a restaurant.
While at the home, the man was temporarily left in the presence of a number of children.
During this time, police say it’s alleged the man indecently assaulted a 2-year-old before he was confronted by the boy’s father and drove from the home.
After being alerted to the incident, officers arrested the 62-year-old at a Greystanes restaurant last night.
He was taken to Merrylands Police Station and charged with indecent assault of a person under the age of 16.
He was refused bail to appear at Fairfield Local Court today.
An unidentified father told 9NEWS he had left the left the room when Zhi Huang, 62, allegedly touched his two-year-old son on the head, shoulder and crotch.
The young boy had been swimming the backyard pool, and was not wearing clothing at the time.
Two older children witnessed the alleged incident, and reported it.
Mr Huang today pleaded “not guilty” in Fairfield Court.
He told detectives that such behaviour “was not frowned upon in Chinese culture”, police said.
Mr Huang struggled with an interpreter in court, and could not raise funds for bail.
The magistrate ordered he be kept in custody tonight, and the case return to court tomorrow.
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