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Man exposes himself to 13-year-old girl on 48th Street, police say

May 12, 2017 Staff Report

The police are looking for a man who allegedly exposed himself to a 13-year-old girl in Sunnyside Thursday.

According to police, the man approached the girl at around 7:30 am on 48th Street, asked her for a piece of paper and then pulled down his pants to expose himself.

The suspect then fled on his bicycle. The suspect is described as white, in his mid 20s and having a close cut hair style.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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Pants on the Ground
Pants on the Ground

Lookin’ like a fool
With your pants on the Ground

Judge Mental

White? According to this rag’s comments section only Hispanic and black people commit these acts. As there is a doubter already I’ll wait till they catch the perp to make a judgement on his skin color.

Sunnyside observer

Well most crimes in the neighborhood are committed by those Hispanic central americans hanging out in the park drinking all day. Usually not seeing the thug from Sunnyside Gardens on the blotter

Sir Walter Raleigh

What none of the Usual Racist Rants from the Trumpanzees!!!! oh right he’s a Blanquito..


There are no details… 48th street and what avenue? These photos are not helpful. One of them is definitely the inside of a store, what store was it?


If his bicycle had some type of identification he could be arrested. A license plate? Who cares what color this “person” (????) is? Would YOU want YOUR daughter, wife, sister, mother, aunt, etc., etc., exposed to this pervert?


Nope, he looks purple. Those awful purple people. They are all criminals. Kick them all out. #MAGA

Or he is actually white as lots of white people do horrid things. It is actually very easy to believe every day. The images are a bit distorted as they are screenshots from a surveillance​ camera.


A white person


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