Cops: Guy flashed his junk to woman on J train

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Cops are on the lookout for a guy who they believe exposed his junk to a woman riding the J train in April.

The woman told police that she was on the subway near the Marcy Avenue stop in Williamsburg at 7:18 am on April 27 when the guy suddenly whipped it out. The victim snapped a picture of the alleged perv, which she then handed off to police.

Law enforcement officials ask people with information about the man’s identity to call (800) 577–8477, submit tips at, or text-message them to 274637, then enter “TIP577.”

Reach reporter Danielle Furfaro at or by calling (718) 260–2511. Follow her at
Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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John Wasserman from Prospect Heights says:
Just what kind of junk was this, if you'll pardon my asking? In any case, it is against the law to sell ANY items on the MTA, and this man should be ashamed of himself. One can only wish that this woman had another picture of this man's junk, so that if we see it around town we can report it.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'd like to get back to my programs and such.
Thank you for reading.
Your own John Wasserman, signing off for the day.
6/19/15-Friday at 5:38pm.
June 19, 2015, 4:38 pm
Furkat from Brighton Beach says:
You can't blame a guy for having morning wood at 7 am.
June 30, 2015, 9:36 pm

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