Alleged fake Uber assault spark call for change

Zoe Cartwright
By Zoe Cartwright
Updated October 28 2021 - 9:11pm, first published 8:00am
THINK HARD: Mick Baines, of BaiMed Physiotherapy, said men need to stop worrying about which of their female friends had experienced violence, and start wondering which of their male friends perpetrated it. Picture: Anna Warr.

Illawarra men have called on their mates to step up and speak out against violence against women after two women suffered frightening ordeals in the Wollongong CBD over the weekend.

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