Police charge 31-year-old Point Lookout man with wilful exposure after incidents on North Stradbroke Island

POLICE have charged a Redlands man with wilful exposure after recent incidents on North Stradbroke Island.

ARREST: A man has been charged with wilful exposure after incidents on North Stradbroke Island.

ARREST: A man has been charged with wilful exposure after incidents on North Stradbroke Island.

The 31-year-old, from Point Lookout, will face Cleveland Magistrates Court next month after allegedly exposing himself to women in June and November.

Police allege he exposed himself to a woman at a Point Lookout whale watching platform and three teenagers at a construction site.

It is alleged the man exposed himself to the 18-year-old girls while they were using an outdoor shower at a neighbouring property.

The teens reported the matter to police which led to the man being charged with two counts of wilful exposure.

Sergeant Darren Scanlan urged anyone who may have experienced similar behaviour at Point Lookout in the last six months to contact police.

Public nuisance fines

Two women who allegedly shouted abuse during a traffic stop on Finnegan Street at Dunwich have been hit with public nuisance fines.

Police allege the women swore at police after the driver of the car they were in was detained for drink driving.

Sergeant Scanlan said their behaviour would not be tolerated and was happening far too often at Dunwich.

"Police were doing their job by taking a drink driver off the road and did not deserve to be subject to all sorts of names and viral dribble," he said.

DV arrests made

Police have arrested two Dunwich men in the past week for breaching domestic violence orders.

It is alleged one breach relates to physical violence, and the other to a man coming within 100 metres of the aggrieved. Police say he was also banned from the island.

Both men have been transported to the mainland and remain in custody until their court dates.

Sergeant Scanlan said domestic violence was not tolerated and police would continue to charge offenders committing breaches.

Woman allegedly refuses test

A 26-year-old woman will face court after allegedly refusing a roadside breath test at Dunwich on November 15.

Police allege the woman told officers she "knew her rights" when pulled over.

She was arrested and taken to the station where she again refused a breath test.

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