Yet another good reason to keep your eye on what your kids are doing online.
Three Arabic speakers ‘Google Translated chat-up lines then took selfies with 14-year-old girls before sexually assaulting them in a park’
- Schoolgirl, 14, ‘was sexually assaulted by three men in a park in Newcastle’
- Allegedly happened moments after friend ‘was also molested by attacker’
- One attacker allegedly typed ‘I am interested in you’ into Google Translate
- It is then said to have been shown to one of 14-year-olds before sex attack
On trial: Mohammed Alfrouh, 20, is charged with sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl behind a pavilion in a Newcastle park
Two 14-year-old girls were molested by a gang of Arabic-speaking sex attackers who used Google Translate to find chat-up lines and then took selfies with their victims, a court heard.
One of the defendants, all of whom have Arabic interpreters in court, had typed into Google Translate ‘I am interested in you’ and shown it to one of the 14-year-olds before the attack in Leazes Park, Newcastle, a jury heard.
Two of the defendants are also said to have taken selfies with the girls before the alleged sex attacks happened on May 10.
Mohammed Alfrouh, 20, of no fixed address, is accused of kissing one of the 14-year-olds against her will, the day before, in the same park.
He also kissed her by a tree and tried to put his hands down her trousers while undressing himself the following day, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
Alfrouh is charged with then sexually assaulting her friend behind a pavilion in the park.
This second schoolgirl was being kissed and groped by Omar Badreddin, 18, of Newcastle, at the time, the prosecution claim.
The second alleged victim also claims Mohammed Allakkoud, 18, of Newcastle, held her mouth and nose while the two others carried out the attack.
Alfrouh denies three counts of sexual assault, and Badreddin and Allakkoud deny the single charge of sexual assault.