'Upskirter' Victim Speaks: "I Felt Something Brush Past Me"

Police are investigating after a man allegedly used his phone to film under a woman's skirt at an inner Sydney railway station.

After travelling from Woolooware to Redfern station, the man allegedly walked directly behind a woman as she rode the escalators and pulled out his mobile phone, aiming it under her skirt.

The incident occurred last Friday around midday, and police are now calling on the public to help identify the man.

The victim spoke to Ten Eyewitness news, she did not wish to be named.

"I felt violated it was quite distressing I am just worried that it could happen to someone else," she said.

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"I felt something brush past me and then saw him walk off…  A man came and told me he saw him take photos up my skirt."

At the end of the clip the woman can be seen approaching the man and speaking to him.

"I was yelling at him . I told him someone saw him film up my skirt ..  I demanded he show me his phone… He just said no and walked off"

She said she "reported it to the railway staff but they did nothing" so she  when to the police station and reported it.

Police have released the below image in the hopes that somebody will recognise him.

The man is described as being of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern appearance, 183cm tall, with short facial hair and aged between 30 and 40.

Anyone that can assist is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report at crimestoppers.com.au.

Feature Image: Ten Eyewitness News