Pols notify residents of Sunnyside/Woodside groper

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  1. Sooz Perry

    Great to see such unity to catch this coward. This will not be toleranted! If I see him , he'll be knocked off his bike and on the ground getting the "Joe Pesci" kick to the head quicker than you can say self defense.

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  2. Roger_the_Shrubber

    This creep needs a serious beat down.

    Officer, he just slipped a and hit his face against the sidewalk....

    uhm, 29 times.

    Arrest him now.

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  3. Raquel

    Have no fear: Chrissy Quinn is on the case. The photo of her in today's NY Post taking a "self defense" class is hilarious.

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  4. Lily

    Thanks for your great reporting, Sunnyside Post!

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  5. SUE G

    this pervert needs a serious beating! Think of carrying a stick or umbrella and if he gets to close......shove the stick thru the spokes and hopefully he will go head over heels and then ------------ also ladies get the buds out of your ears and pay attention till hes caught!!!!!!!

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  6. John

    This guy must be hung like a mouse. What is with all this crap. I noticed the addresses below are where he has been. They are close...creepy.

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  7. Oppressed Masses

    Hopefully the NYPD will dedicate resources such as the use of undercover female police personnel to facilitate catching this creep.

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  8. sara

    Raquel: why do you think the picture of Christine Quinn is funny. It is a pretty sad state of affairs that women in nyc have to take defense classes to protect themselves. All I can say is this once wonderful city is going down the tubes, and I mean fast.

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  9. sunnysider

    Every women should have mace in their hand ready to strike if need. Plus get your cell phones ready to take pictures and dial 911 asap. lts get this guy off our street and in jail asap. we need to walk in groups. No women should be waking alone at any time of day even waking the family pet. Lets Get This Guy Now

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  10. Raquel

    Is mace legal? Not sure if it is. I have heard that hairspray in the eyes works also.

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  11. Lacme iusein

    I have heard simillar stories in Sunnyside about children and women not being safe. I have started a non -profit organization where we caould help each other to resist harasments.Lets keep our neigboors safe. Lets get together for a better tomorrow.

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  12. Raquel

    A gazillion years ago a creep cornered me as I was walking home. I got away and hid in a store. It seems that when these creeps are striking it is in residential areas. I suggest screaming LOUDLY and getting somebody's attention!!!

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  13. princess

    You can carry pepper spray in nyc. Since the 2nd Amendment gets no respect here. You even have to register to get pepper spray, but we need some equalizer on the streets.

    http://selfdefenses.com/forcespray/newyork.html

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  14. Marilyn

    Yippie! Just saw three officers on foot patrol :)

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  15. Randall

    Be glad the pervert isn't carrying a knife. So far as we know.

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