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A Papua New Guinea man will be deported from Tasmania after serving 76 days in prison on child sex charges.Casper Hauaiembe, 52, arrived in the state in late April for a six-week professional training course.The next day, he tried another four times to call the child on Facebook.The boy's father then alerted police, who assumed the profile and continued the communication.
As the conversation progressed and became more explicit police discovered Hauaiembe had been confused by the profile's display picture, and thought he was speaking with a young girl.
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He then said the pair could still meet, but that it would not be right to have sex.
Police, still acting as the boy, then asked Hauaiembe if he would like to meet his 12-year-old sister. Upon arrival he was arrested and taken into police custody.