A 14-year-old schoolboy was charged with 13 sexual assaults against women during a so-called four-week frenzy.
The teenager, who can not be identified for legal reasons, is accused of taking on women outside shops, pubs and train stations in South East London.
He will appear in court next month on 13 counts of sexual assault.
The boy was arrested in March following allegations from 9 February to 4 March.
On February 9, the first alleged attack was reported in front of a Poundland store on Penge High Street.
He allegedly made a second attack in front of a Lidl in the same street five days later.
Other attacks reportedly occurred near Penge East Station and Kent House Station and a number of streets in Penge and Beckenham.
The boy was arrested after his last alleged assault in front of the Moon and Stars pub on Penge High Street.
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A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: "A teenager has been charged with several sexual assaults in the Penge area.
A 14-year-old boy was charged with 13 counts of sexual assault on Tuesday.
"He will then appear in Bromley Court on September 10th."