By Simon Tomlinson
Danish women have become the latest to report being groped by migrant men who 'simply can't handle' the sight of a girl.
Officials in one town say they have experienced a harassment problem since a camp hosting 365 asylum seekers opened in November.
Victims have also been targeted in nightclubs in two other towns where one local says Syrian migrants 'go nuts' if they see a woman.
The reports come days after similar warnings were issued across Europe about the rising number of sex attacks by gangs of migrants.
Germany, in particular, is grappling with a massive wave of attacks on women, including hundreds of victims in Cologne during the New Year celebrations.
In Denmark, Lars Sloth, the director of the children and families unit in the town of Thisted, told news agency Ritzau that several young women have felt 'unsafe on the streets' after being accosted.
Women have also encountered problems on dance floors in the southern Jutland towns of Sonderborg and Haderslev, it was reported by The Local.
Glenn Hollender, from the Sonderborg club, Den Flyvende Hollænder, told TV Syd: 'A large number of the male guests who come from the local asylum centre have a very hard time respecting the opposite sex.
'In my eyes, it is harassment when one or more men continue to touch a young woman after she has said 'stop'.'
Denmark has opted to extended its temporary border controls by 20 days to February 3 to curb the influx of migrants.
The government had initially implemented a 10-day control after a similar move by Sweden.
'The assessment is that there is still a risk that a large number of illegal immigrants accumulate in Denmark,' the Integration Ministry said.
Rafi Ibrahim, a Syrian who has lived in Denmark for years, said new migrants don't know how to behave around women in Western society.
He said: 'If they see a girl, they go nuts. They simply can't handle it.
'In Syria and many other countries, it is not normal for a strange woman to smile at you.
'Those girls who are harassed aren't necessarily scantily-dressed or drunk. Sometimes it is enough just to be a girl.'
It comes after more than two hundred women reported being sexually assaulted by groups of mostly Arab or North African men in Cologne during the New Year celebrations.
Police say 553 criminal complaints have been filed, with about 45 per cent involving allegations of sexual offences, and most of the suspects identified so far are foreign nationals.
The attack have been seized by right-wing groups as evidence that chancellor Angela Merkel's open door policy is a failure.
Finland and Sweden later issued warnings to women to be wary of the threat of sex attacks following fresh reports of sexual assaults in the last week,
Viennese police have also advised women not to go outside alone in Vienna.
Further cases have also emerged of similar attacks being reported in Switzerland, where six women claimed to have been victims in Zurich on New Year's Eve.