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A man in his 60s who sexually harassed a minor he met on the street was sentenced to probation.

The Daejeon District Court's 4th Criminal Division (Judge Kim Seong-joon) announced on the 21st that 63-year-old A, who was handed over to trial for violating the Child Welfare Act, was sentenced to 6 months in prison and 2 years of probation.

Person A was charged with sexual remarks such as "Let's date me" to high school student B, whom he met on the street in front of a hospital in Daedeok-gu, Daejeon, on January 4, saying, "I can feed a young woman."

At that time, Mr. A even tried to catch Miss B, who was running away from him, but was caught by the police who arrived at the scene after a while.

The court ordered 40 hours of child abuse recidivism lectures, saying, "It is a bad crime to sexually harass a victim who is only a high school student."

However, he ruled, "However, we have taken into account the fact that there is no criminal punishment and the fact that he is reflecting," and exempted Mr. A's personal information disclosure and notification orders and employment restrictions.

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