Monday, August 5, 2013

Arselifting preyer leader Ahmed Abdelshafy Mahound El-Kahly admits indecently assaulting teenage girls and grandmother

An arselifter preyer leader has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting two teenage girls and a grandmother on Sydney's northern beaches
Ahmed Abdelshafy Mahound El-Kahly, 60, appeared at North Sydney Local Court on Monday dressed in traditional arselifter clothing and headgear
He is accused of kissing the hands of the women and touching their breasts at and near Dee Why Beach in late July
The 57-year-old woman was allegedly indecently assaulted on Dee Why Beach while she was pushing her four-month-old grandson in a pram, court papers allege
As she tried to pull away El-Kahly said to her "I love you, I love you"
He said the same thing to one of the two 16-year-old victims as she tried to get away from him
Outside the court, El-Kahly's lawyer Rick Mitry said his client had suffered from psychiatric problems for years and didn't have his medication with him in Australia

Arselifter preyer leader Ahmed El-Kahly enters North Sydney court
News reports here, here and here.