A 14-year-old boy has pleaded guilty to a series of sex assaults against women in Manchester.
The boy has been charged with five sex assaults against five separate women in an area close to the University of Manchester.
The attacks happened between the 21st of September and the 5th of October.
The teenager has been granted bail until the 2nd of December during which time he must live and sleep at his parents home, is not allowed out between the hours of 6pm at night and 6am in the morning and must not enter the university campus area.
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