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A 51-year-old man tried to snatch a small child from his stroller while his mother walked her through the park, a court has heard.
The 27-year-old’s mother had to fight the stranger ‘with her bare hands’ after she allegedly tried to flee with the pram in Eastrop Park, Basingstoke.
Mohamed Jarboui has been accused of trying to lift the girl below the armpits before grabbing her stroller.
The girl’s mother said she began to feel “sick” because the Libyan allegedly harassed her before she claimed that she tried to kidnap her daughter. She said that she was terrified because “there was no one around” in the park.
Jurors were told that the girl had “ major health problems ” and Jarboui tried to lift the girl under the armpits, but was unable to pull her off because she was tied up.
The alleged kidnapping attempt occurred shortly after 3:30 p.m. on February 4 and the child’s mother, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, said: ‘I was shaking, I was sweating, I couldn’t breathe, my stomach felt bad. ‘
At Winchester Crown Court, Hants, prosecutor Edward Elton said Jarboui was captured three days later after police checked CCTV. He said that Jarboui claimed that he was “playing” with the boy.
The child’s 27-year-old mother had to fight off the stranger
The court heard how the mother noticed Jarboui several times as she walked through Basingstoke before he approached, knelt down and made ‘cooing noises’ to the child.
She said: ‘He climbed up the right side of the stroller, knelt down before my daughter and started making all these babbling and cooing noises.
“ He had his left hand on the latch … that’s when the feeling of discomfort began.
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‘He touched her face and I said’ please don’t touch her ‘because obviously my daughter is at high risk. She said she was sorry and I thought she was going from there. ‘
She saw Jarboui grab the handles of the stroller before leaving them alone, the court heard.
She said: ‘I started to get a really sick feeling. I started looking around me and I thought that there was no one around me, that all businesses were closed. ”
She came back, spoke Arabic to the girl, then grabbed her arm while she tried to kidnap her, she was heard.
At Winchester Crown Court prosecutor Edward Elton said Jarboui was captured three days later after police checked CCTV
At Winchester Crown Court prosecutor Edward Elton said Jarboui was captured three days later after police checked CCTV. He said that Jarboui claimed that he was ‘playing’ with the boy
The woman, from Basingstoke, said: ‘She stood on the stroller and stopped us. He started grabbing my daughter’s right arm. I told her to stop dragging her like this and the next minute she put her hands under her armpits.
‘I just hit her, I think she had my left hand on the left side of the stroller … I yelled at her saying’ let go of my daughter ‘.
He just dropped her, she was still in the stroller, I couldn’t get her out of her, then he walked over to her right side of her … pushing me with her hip to pull me away.
“ He was working on different ways to get her out of the stroller and then when she couldn’t, she tried to take the whole stroller and me.
“I was going through all these emotions … I was shaking, I was sweating, I couldn’t breathe, I felt sick to my stomach.”
Elton said Jarboui claimed that he was not trying to take the boy away.
Elton said: “He said that he had been interacting with the boy in a way that was perfectly acceptable in his culture.
“He [he said] that he had no intention of taking the girl away from her mother … he said that he was playing with the girl in a normal way.”
Her mother, who called her husband after the incident, told police when she saw Jarboui for the first time that he “he seemed very proud of himself … as if he was preparing for something. “.
Jarboui, from Basingstoke, denies the attempted kidnapping of children.
The trial continues.
Mohamed Jarboui Quick and Facts
- A two-year-old’s mother said she had to fight off a stranger ‘with her bare hands’
- Mohamed Jarboui, 51, is accused of attempted child abduction on February 4
- The child’s mother said she felt ‘sick’ as the Libyan allegedly harassed her
- Jarboui, from Basingstoke, denies attempted child abduction