A man has been charged after notable Sydney extremist Danny Lim was purportedly attacked at a train station a week ago.
Lim, 79, was taken to medical clinic with facial wounds after the supposed assault around 4pm on September 22 at Strathfield station, where he was lobbying for the Yes vote in front of the mandate
It isn’t known whether Lim got into a conflict with somebody who disagreed with his perspectives on the Voice.
“Police will claim in court that a 66-year-elderly person moved toward a 79-year-elderly person prior to punching and kicking him,” NSW Police said in an explanation.
“The 79-year-elderly person was treated on scene by NSW Rescue vehicle paramedics before he was taken to Accord Medical clinic. He has since been delivered.”
Police captured the 66-year-old at a Homebush West home around 7am today.