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Man Exposes Himself to Woman on 7 Train: NYPD

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Dec. 6, 2018 By Christian Murray

Another day, another pervert.

Police are looking for a man who allegedly exposed his ‘private parts’ in front of a 27-year-old woman on the 7 train Monday.

The suspect allegedly exposed himself at around 9:05 p.m. on a Flushing-bound 7 train. The woman confronted him, prompting the man to exit the subway at the Junction Boulevard station.

The woman took a photo of the alleged perpetrator, which police have released.

The suspect is described as Hispanic, 30 to 35 years of age, about 5 feet 3 inches tall and 150 pounds.

Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-8477, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit

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NYPD & MTA should post the picture on the trains , take down some of those ads and put something useful. And on the platforms too.

Top Hat.

The locals acting silly again.
P.S – I see cops all the time on the train ( texting & playing on their phones )
NYPD should put plain clothes officers to catch these perverts ( they’re are probably rapist too )

TC on 32.

A black guy on the R train, a Hispanic on the 7 train , where’s are cops ? .
If you do something or say anything you’re label a racist.
Bernard Goetz is greatly missed .

The Truth.

Amazing how no one comes to help the victim , at the very least someone should have held the guy until the police came .


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