Man charged over Falls festival sexual assault

 A man has been charged after allegedly grabbing a woman's breast in a mosh pit at the Falls music festival in Tasmania.

The 32-year-old from Carlton has been charged with assault with indecent intent over the incident at the Marion Bay main stage around 9.30pm on New Year's Eve.  

The man was apprehended by victim and her friend before they performed a citizen's arrest. 

A second young woman has been sexually assaulted at the Falls Festival in Tasmania. Pictured is the festival in Byron Bay

A second young woman has been sexually assaulted at the Falls Festival in Tasmania. Pictured is the festival in Byron Bay

A teenager has reported being sexually assaulted in a music festival mosh pit, after the same event was marred by similar attacks last year (pictured is the Falls Festival)

A teenager has reported being sexually assaulted in a music festival mosh pit, after the same event was marred by similar attacks last year (pictured is the Falls Festival)

The 19-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted by an unknown man during a set by The Jungle Giants (pictured) at the Marion Bay musical festival at 9:30pm on Friday

The 19-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted by an unknown man during a set by The Jungle Giants (pictured) at the Marion Bay musical festival at 9:30pm on Friday

'The women involved, the person involved and her friend, actually apprehended the male, then handed them to security, who then handed them to police for the matter to be investigated,' Senior Sergeant Darren Latham told ABC News. 

Police say the incident is not linked to two previous sexual assaults at the festival on Friday and Saturday nights.       

In a different incident, a 19-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted by a man during a set by The Jungle Giants at the Marion Bay musical festival on Friday night.

Detective Constable Damien McVilly said Tasmania police want to hear from two women who helped the victim leave the mosh pit after the alleged assault.   

Detective Constable Damien McVilly said police and event organisers condemned the behaviour, which came

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