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Yet Another Man is Wanted by Cops for Grabbing a Woman’s Butt on 7 train

Nov. 30, 2017 By Christian Murray

The police are looking for a man who allegedly grabbed a woman’s buttocks on the 7 train earlier this month.

The suspect grabbed the victim’s butt on a Flushing-bound 7 train as it approached the Court Square station at around 4:15 pm on Nov.15, police said.

The perpetrator exited the train at the Court Square stop and then waited to board another 7 train going toward Flushing/Main Street.

The suspect is described a Hispanic, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, 180 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes.

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grab em by the perpetrator

Disgusting. This is the sort of behavior we’d expect from Donald “Grab ’em” Trump, O’Reilly, Ailes, Roy Moore etc, but to think it’s happening in our own community is alarming.


way to insert poilitics into this…it’s happening everywhere…ask matt lauer or harvey weinstein…


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