Zambian national team coach Milutin Sredojevic has appeared in court charged with the sexual assault of a waitress.
The 51-year-old was released on R10 000 bail and will reappear in court next February.
ALLEGEDLY SEXUALLY ASSAULTED A WOMAN IN PE
National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson Anelisa Ncakane told AFP that on Monday the Serbian coach attended a match in Port Elizabeth when he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman who was serving him coffee.
“On Monday, a 39-year-old woman was serving coffee. When she asked Mr Sredojevic whether he took his coffee with sugar, he said no, but said he wanted a different type of sugar pointing at the woman’s private parts,” said Ncakane.
Later the same day, when the woman came again to serve him coffee, he touched the woman’s buttocks, explained the official.
A complaint was laid with the police leading to Friday’s court appearance.
The controversial Serbian, known as ‘Micho’ is in South Africa with his Zambian side to take part in the Cosafa tournament.
Sredojevic coached Orlando Pirates in 2006 and again between 2017-2019.
He was accused of a similar incident during 2019 following his departure from thee Buccaneers.