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A man is believed to have exposed himself to young children at fast food outlets across Perth.

A police spokeswoman said the man had visited outlets during the day with a cardboard box that possibly contained a recording device.

The incidents have happened over the past month in Warnbro, Ellenbrook, Spearwood, O’Conner, East Perth, Halls Head and Cannington.

The man is described as fair skinned, 175cm tall with medium build and short grey hair, wearing a distinctive wide-brimmed hat with duct-tape around it.

If you have seen anything please contact your local police with details.

fast food predator

Every two hours in Australia, a child is sexually harmed, according to child protection advocacy group Bravehearts.
1 in 5 children in Australia will be sexually harmed in some way by their 18th birthday. That’s 59,000 Australian children each year.

Tips for Parents

Based on Bravehearts’ Ditto Keep safe Adventure program, the 5 basic principles we need to teach our children (remember: it’s never too early to sow the seeds of personal safety) are:

1) To trust their feelings and to distinguish between ‘yes’ and ‘no’ feelings

2) To say ‘no’ to adults if they feel unsafe and unsure

3) That they own their own bodies

4) That nothing is so yucky that they can’t tell someone about it

5) That if they feel unsafe or unsure to run and tell someone they trust.

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  • Pity there isn’t a clearer photo / drawing of his face. I can’t say on here what I think of “people???” like him. I hope he doesn’t have children of his own. I shudder to think how he treats them if he does. Lock him up and lose the key permanently.

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  • Yes, good that he’s in full picture, what a bastard ! (sorry)
    59.000 kids sexually harmed per year, that’s just shocking. Lord have mercy on these children !

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  • I’m so glad to see a photo of the perpetrator so parents can identify him. Another incident that wouldn’t happen if the kids were supervised

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  • Just cannot believe that people are doing this in full view – such a different place to live in these days.

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  • what is happening in australia now it is turning into such a scary place to live

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