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Police Looking For Man Who Touched Himself On E Train Near Queens Plaza

Suspect (Source: NYPD)

June 11, Staff Report

Police are searching for a man who was observed to be rubbing his genitals and urinating while standing between train cars on a moving E train near Queens Plaza.

At around noon on Saturday June 29, a 41-year old male passenger witnessed the man rubbing his exposed private area and urinating while traveling on a downtown E train as it approached the Queens Plaza Station, according to police.

The man is described as being black, partially bald and around 40 years of age. He is also described as being 5 foot 6 inches in height and was last seen wearing all black clothing.

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). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

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Honest Truth

Don’t think he was masturbating. The man just really needed to take a piss. Possibly had beers just prior. Sometimes squeezing the penis alleviates the pain of having to go really badly. As men near their 50’s, you just can’t “hold it” as well as you were able to in your 20’s or 30’s.

Lionel Hutz

Your honor, my client could not possibly do both of these activities at the same time. He must be innocent!

Free as a Bird

By the looks of that photo, he’s getting ready to let other lucky passengers know what he had for breakfast!

no multitasking here

masterbating and urinatng at the same time, how is this even possible?
I dont believe it, only one thing can happen at a time with the little fella.

Casual 'bater

That’s not bad. He had the decency to risk his life between the train cars. Most offenders do it right on the seat while trying to lock eyes with victims


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