VIDEO: Police seek man charged with exposing himself on Park Slope F train

Police blocked out graphic parts of the suspect exposing himself aboard the F train.

The trend of women brave enough to snap a cell phone picture — or even video! — of men acting perverted on subway cars continues. A woman aboard an F train in Park Slope last month snapped the below video of a man exposing himself to her.

The NYPD is looking for a man who exposed himself to two different women aboard the F train last month, the police department announced Tuesday afternoon.

On Thursday, September 20, at approximately 1:20 p.m., his first victim, a 39-year-old woman, said she walked onto a Manhattan-bound F train at the 7th Ave. subway stop in Park Slope. A man got on the train at the same time, sat down across from her and exposed himself to her.

The woman recorded the lewd act on video camera, which the NYPD partially blocked out. The old lady sitting next to him, apparently, did not notice. Or just pretended to be asleep. We’re guessing the latter.

The woman who snapped the cell phone video ran off the train. But then, just minutes later, at approximately 1:35 p.m. that same day, the same man boarded an F train at the Church Ave. subway station, and again exposed himself to a 25-year-old woman rider, police said.

The suspect exited the train at the Church Ave. Station and fled to parts unknown. He still remains at large.


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