Moped sex

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The nineteen-year-old woman was walking in Lewisham when a moped followed her and rode onto the pavement. Police said she crossed the road multiple times to get away before Ali, the pillion passenger, jumped off the bike and pushed her against a wall. He then sexually assaulted the woman and tried to steal her handbag. After managing to escape, she was assaulted for a second time. In the final attack, he trapped her in a doorway where she had run for help, and assaulted her for more than ten minutes. But the identity of the driver, whom police said remained on the moped throughout both attacks, remains unknown.

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