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Police Looking For 7 Train Rider Who Touched Himself While Staring At Another Passenger

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July 17, Staff Report

Police are searching for a man who touched himself while staring at a female passenger on the 7 train in Long Island City.

At around 7:30 p.m. on May 16, a 28-year old woman observed a man groping his groin over his trousers while staring in her direction.

The man stopped groping himself and exited the train at Court Square Station when the passenger began recording him on her cell phone.

Police are seeking help identifying the suspect, who was observed carrying a bag and wearing a blue shirt and beige pants. He also wore a cap and glasses.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

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Look Down!

Swamp-ass happens this time of year to us men. Our junk needs adjustment from time to time. It gets awfully uncomfortable without the adjustment. This could have been any one of us. Poor guy. Life is all ruined because he adjusted his junk while looking up!

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Mr Rash itis

Man had probabbly a rash /itch

Hey he looks like Ivan -Croatian from Astoria.
He is always scratching himself down there …

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Frank

He was probably scratching his balls because of the heat. Women really need to get a grip.

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Jon Jones

Is it possible that the poor guy was just “adjusting” his stuff and happened to look that way? Get a life people, seriously.

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70s chic

Holy mackerel, really? I remember in the 70s when cops wouldn’t go down into the subways–the cars were graffiti, filthy, crime ridden cesspools and guys would rub themselves up against us helpless female strap-hangers, grabbing for our upper and lower lady parts, whip it out & pleasure themselves. Today’s younger subway riders have no clue… they really have no clue what went on.

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MrLIC

We all gotta rearrange ourselves whilst breathing heavily and staring at the object of our priapism every now and then.

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Kuzco

No need for a further description as this guy always wears his baseball cap and never changes his clothes.

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