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NYPD: Custodian at Flushing School Arrested After Students Discover Him With His Pants Down

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Jan. 11, 2023 By Bill Parry

A school custodian at P.S./M.S. 200 in Flushing was arrested Monday and charged with public lewdness after he was allegedly caught with his pants down in a classroom, according to the NYPD.

Police from the 107th Precinct in Fresh Meadows were called to the school by administrators after two boys — ages 11 and 10 — returned to their classroom following afternoon dismissal and discovered NYC Board of Education custodian Alan Fung, 37, with his pants down and his genitals exposed, according to an NYPD spokeswoman.

Fung was taken into custody at the school, which is known as The Magnet School of Global Studies and Leadership located at 70-10 164th St., at around 7:30 p.m. Fung was then taken to the 107th Precinct where he was booked on charges of public lewdness and acting in a manner injurious to a child less than 17 years old.

A BOE spokeswoman could not provide any details on whether any disciplinary action will be taken against Fung, saying only that the agency is working with the NYPD in an ongoing investigation.

This story was originally published by QNS

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