Irwin: At McDonald’s, a man “tried to lure teenage girls into a car.”

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MEN allegedly chased teenage girls near a fast food restaurant in Irvine in a shopping park and tried to drive them into his car

35-year-old Ismat Abdul Rahim al-Jndi is accused of threatening or insulting behavior that can cause fear and anxiety in the parking lot in front of a McDonalds restaurant in Riverway Retail Park, Irwin, December 29, 2019.

The complaint states that the accused approached the girls aged 14 and 17 and told them “disturbing comments”.

It is believed that he then asked the girls to get into his car, looking at them and turning the engine.

The prosecution adds that the accused also allegedly followed them – caused fear and anxiety.

Ismat Abdul Rahim al-Jandi, of Nezerli Crescent, Dalry, pleaded not guilty to the charge when his case was heard in Kilmarnock Sheriff’s Court last week [Wednesday, May 12].

He will appear in court to be charged again later.

The Scottish Police can be contacted at 101 – always call 999 in an emergency.

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