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Man Arrested for Public Lewdness, After ‘Manipulating Himself’ on R Train

Feb. 10, 2015 Staff Report

A man who allegedly “manipulated himself” on the R train near Queensboro Plaza has been arrested.

Wilmer Busto, a 33-year-old Hispanic man who resides at 31-47 51 Street, has been charged with public lewdness.

The police allege that Busto put his hands in his pants and started to manipulate himself after coming into contact with a 47-year-old woman while sitting on the train. The incident took place on Friday, Jan. 23 at 5:40 pm, according to police..

The photos were taken by the victim.

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Avoid the Noid

It’s common courtesy to let someone bust a nut before taking them to jail.

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catnip has no affect on me

i dont usually manipulate myself with my best sweater on, unless it my bday.

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