A 23-year-old man suspected of indecently assaulting seven girls and women around a private housing estate in Hung Hom in the space of 13 hours over the past two days was arrested yesterday when he allegedly attacked his eighth target - a 16 year old. The arrest was made about half an hour after he allegedly attacked three schoolgirls aged 13 to 15 at a fast-food outlet in Tak Man Street, near Whampoa Garden, at about 7am. "Investigations showed the man grabbed their breasts and then ran out of the fast-food shop," a police source said. "As police were searching for him, he was intercepted by passers-by after he was accused of indecently assaulting a 16-year-old girl nearby." The man was arrested at about 7.30am in Bulkeley Street, a short distance from Tak Man Street. READ MORE: Hong Kong baker, 23, arrested on suspicion of indecently exposing himself to at least 10 women He is also suspected of molesting four women aged 18 to 42 at Whampoa Garden, in Tak Fung Street and Shung King Street, at about 6pm on Monday, according to police. It is understood that the man, who lives in the district, is a psychiatric outpatient at a public hospital. The suspect was being held for questioning and had not been charged last night. Crime-squad officers from Kowloon City police district are investigating. Police figures show reports of indecent assault dropped by 9.8 per cent to 504 in the first six months of this year compared with 559 in the same period last year. Last week, police arrested a 23-year-old restaurant baker they suspect of indecently exposing himself to at least 10 women in Wong Tai Sin since July. He was picked up at his home in Choi Hung Estate - the scene of at least five cases - at about 7pm on Thursday last week. He was released on bail pending further investigation.