Alleged train flasher in court

AMY MAAS
Last updated 10:32 13/01/2014

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A man who has been accused of exposing himself to young women on Auckland trains has appeared in court.

Conrad Shannon Courtney, 36, appeared in the Auckland District Court this morning where he faced two charges of wilfully doing an indecent act in public on December 12 and again on December 21.

Police allege he sat close to young women on two occasions before exposing himself.

The Glen Eden man was arrested last week on Thursday after a joint operation by police and Transdev Auckland - which operates the passenger trains.

Courtney was remanded on bail until next month on the condition he not use trains.

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