Greyson Murphy, 26, pleaded guilty to assault with attempt to commit sexual assault in connection with an incident that occurred last April at Melbourne Airport. Murphy had attempted to rape a Jetstar hostess as she went to the toilet, grabbing her after she exited the cubicle. Another woman, who was in the toilets at the time, helped free the hostess from Murphy’s grasp. Reports state that Murphy had previously attempted a similar attack and reportedly has an underlying mental disorder. He was sentenced to three years in jail, two of those years without the possibility of parole.
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