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Police Search for Skateboarder Who Grabbed Woman’s Butt in Woodside

July 15, 2015 By Christian Murray

Photo: Unsplash (Courtesy of Bill Oxford)

The police are looking for a man who grabbed a woman’s buttocks while he was riding his skateboard in Woodside last Friday.

The police said a 24-year-old woman was walking in front of 39-67 61st Street at about 7:30 p.m., July 10, when the suspect rode up on his skateboard and grabbed her buttocks. There were no reported injuries.

Anyone with information in regards to the incident is asked to call 1-800-577-TIPS

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skills man

Kellie – this is a big problem are you kidding me? She was violated and NO ONE should get away with touching anyone like this.


This can’t be serious. Why is this woman sweating over a guy grabbing her butt? The police have enough to do without searching out a kid who played grabass. Seriously, this is a waste of resources and quite laughable.

dino velvet

He didn’t even have a getaway driver for the skateboard. I’d think he would’ve been easy to catch on foot.

Hopefully De Blasio will install designated skateboarding lanes in Queens next to the bike lanes & maybe this won’t happen again!!!


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