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Man Wanted for Taking Under Skirt Photos of Woman at 46th Street Station: NYPD

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Aug. 15, 2019 By Christian Murray

The police are looking for a man who allegedly used his cellphone to take photos of a 52-year-old woman under her dress while she climbed the stairs at the 46th Street station on Monday.

Police said that the woman was walking up the staircase on the Manhattan-bound side of the 46th Street station at around 4:50 a.m. when she noticed a man using his cellphone to take photos under her dress.

The victim was not injured and the suspect fled the station in an unknown direction.

The suspect is described as approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, about 140 pounds and was last seen wearing a a purple shirt, blue jeans, and a purple backpack.

Suspect (NYPD)

Anyone with information in regard to the identity of this male is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, on Twitter @NYPDTips.



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Obviously the answer is ban cameras…… doesn’t matter that 99.9 of camera owners use them responsibly it’s these CRIMINALS that give use camera owners a bad name!!!!


How ridiculous are you?? Did 56 people die in this camera assault? You really didn’t think this post through.


So Glad Caban lost the election. She would of made him delete the pic on his phone and sent him home with a train and lunch voucher.

imagine being gullible enough to believe that

This is ACTUALLY the Trump lover’s most nuanced understanding of criminal justice reform lmao


Pigs! These men should be shamed all over social media and the news. I went to Catholic School, and it was a handed down from grade to grade tip to wear shorts under the uniform skirt, starting in 3rd grade, because the boys looked up the girls skirts when climbing the steps. Backwards thinking. How about someone teaching the boys not to do that. I was also a victim of unwanted touching by the boy who sat in front of me in 5th Grade. I was a little girl without a clue what to do. Everyday was torture. There was no #Metoo movement. I had to finally tell my mother when I wouldn’t go to school anymore, and then I was the victim of bullying, because I “ratted him out”. I have a son, who fully understands keeping his hands to himself, along with his eyes staying in appropriate places, no matter what. He understands being respectful of others. He also understands No Means No.


Boys and men (and women assaulters) already know they shouldn’t be doing that. The bottom line is that as much as we should be able to depend on other people, we can’t. We must protect ourselves.


I really do believe that if more MTF people took the subway it would put an end to a lot of this!


Taking pictures under a woman’s dress while she climbs stairs is a major cause for concern and different than taking a pic of a man but I think its a double standard when it comes to taking pictures of men on mass transit. There are main stream websites dedicated to men on the subway which are promoted by social media and tv news outlets. My friends son was posted on one of them and it took so much time and hassle for them to take it down. However he is still posted on other sites and platforms. Something needs to be done about it.

Welcome to the reason why I no longer wear skirts or dresses.

Yeh. This happens at this station. Many women are kind of oblivious when it comes to exposing themselves accidentally. Like you have to ask “feel a draft, hun?”

I once had to whisper in young woman’s ear if she was wearing underwear because her dress was riding up and you saw complete ass. I noticed three men laughing and ogling at the free show then saw why. I can’t really blame them.


I once told a woman as politely as i could that her sweat pants seemed to be falling off and that her rear was exposed. I Know that sort of thing can happen to anyone especially when sweats are baggy. Anyway, she ended up cursing me out and told me to mind my own business. Never again will I ever say anything unless its family or friends.


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