Man Accused Of Indecently Exposing Himself At Polling Booth

A man -- believed to be a United Australia Party volunteer -- has been fined for allegedly exposing himself at a polling booth in Sydney's southwest.

Police were called to Restwell Street in Bankstown about 10am on Saturday after being told a 62-year-old man had been involved in a dispute with several people.

"It's alleged the man then committed an offensive act," a spokeswoman told AAP on Saturday.

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He was issued an infringement notice for offensive conduct as well as a move-on direction.

It's understood he was campaigning for Clive Palmer's United Australia Party.

Mohammed Ashraf, the UAP candidate for Blaxland, said he was "not aware of it" when contacted by 10 daily at 2.15pm.

He said he will "look into it", adding such behaviour was "not acceptable".

With AAP.

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