Posted November 13, 2018 08:23:55 A Sydney woman has spoken out about being sexually assaulted while on a Sydney public transport system.

The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, said she was assaulted in her car in June and she reported the incident to the police in August.

She said the incident occurred in the CBD but she did not remember where.

She told 7.30 Sydney that she went on to have sex with several men.

The alleged assault took place in the car in Sydney’s CBD.

“I didn’t really want to get involved in the story, but I was so worried, because it was a public transport service,” she said.

She said she had told the woman to leave. “

It was about a 10 minute walk and then a lady came up to me and she said, ‘Oh, you’re just like my boyfriend, you’ve just had sex with the bus driver, you haven’t been to the pub.'”

She said she had told the woman to leave.

“She just looked at me and said, [what do you mean]?’

Ms Smith said she asked the driver to get out of the car, but the woman was not budging. “

She was very aggressive towards me and I said to her, ‘No, I don’t want to be assaulted, I just want to go along with the ride.'”

Ms Smith said she asked the driver to get out of the car, but the woman was not budging.

“He’s not going to get away with it, and then she just stood there, her mouth open.

I just sat there for maybe five minutes and then I started to get worried.”

I didn’ feel safe or anything.

I thought it was just a woman, I thought, ‘You know, this is just a bit of a wild goose chase.’

I mean, she was very upset by the whole thing. “

At first, I think she thought I was a paedophile.

Ms Smith and her boyfriend have since been involved in a legal battle with the public transport company. “

The next thing I know, the guy comes out and says, ‘I have a very bad feeling about this’.” She said it was the first time she had ever felt unsafe on a public transportation system.

Ms Smith and her boyfriend have since been involved in a legal battle with the public transport company.

The court case is expected to be heard in October.

Ms Simeeth told 7 to 10 Sydney she had experienced some form of harassment from the driver and would not want to come back on public transport.

“When you’re in a public space, you are not supposed to say anything.

You’re not supposed, you don’t have a right to speak,” she told the station.

“You don’t feel safe, you feel vulnerable, you have no control over what happens to you, you can’t tell the person to get the hell off the bus.””

You don’t feel safe, you feel vulnerable, you have no control over what happens to you, you can’t tell the person to get the hell off the bus.”