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Jailed: Rail replacement bus pervert from Dagenham

PUBLISHED: 17:50 01 December 2017 | UPDATED: 17:50 01 December 2017

Hassan Hassan. Picture: British Transport Police

Hassan Hassan. Picture: British Transport Police

British Transport Police

A Dagenham man who sexually assaulted a man and a woman on a rail replacement bus has been jailed.

Hassan Hassan, 27, of Bell Farm Avenue, sexually assaulted a woman travelling with a young child on October 8 as the bus arrived at Billericay train station.

She screamed and staff came to her aid. Whilst being ejected from the bus, Hassan sexually assaulted and then punched a male member of staff.

Staff detailed him until police arrived and promptly arrested him.

Hassan was today sentenced to 16 weeks in prison, having gone to trial at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court last month.

He was ordered to pay a £115 victim surcharge and placed on the Sex Offenders Register for seven years.

“Hassan showed absolutely no remorse for his crimes and I applaud the court for sending him to prison,” said investigating officer Pc Matthew Hooper.

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