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10/13/14. Walking near Times Square I hear a man yelling repeatedly “hey shawty shawty hey hey!” I’m very petite & knew he was addressing me. I ignored him. He sped up till he was literally inches behind me and just walked “with” me licking his lips eyeing me up and down. Thought he would rob me so I pulled my purse closer. He then sped up again right next to me continuing to eye me and lick his lips. Gave him a dirty look and sped up he continued behind me another block yelling shawty and laughing.
Guy started talking to me and told me my dress was pretty. Then wanted to know if I like scallion pancakes. Then pointed out a restaurant where I could get such pancakes. I have not yet said anything to him so he asks me how my day is and I say alright and turn into the train station and he says oh you’re taking the train? I was going to walk with you. It’s night. I wanted to go home. Alone. Without some creep inviting himself to follow me around.
On my lunch break a man in his forties (estimate) wearing a sloppy tank and shorts and a fedora kept following me and shouting pick up lines/and general harassment. I kept moving away, and asked him to leave me alone several times but he persisted until I returned to work.
I was walking up 3rd Ave crossing 16th street when a man on a bike whistled and made sound effects toward me. I confronted him saying that wasn’t appropriate and realized he is a delivery guy for Mariella’s pizza (as advertised on his bike with the phone #). So I called the restaurant and asked to speak to the manager to inform him of how his delivery man treats woman walking on the street! It felt good!
today in the park a man on a bike selling pizza asked me if I wanted to get some, called me Mommy, love, honey and I told him no Thank you .so he got mad and drove away telling me bad names and putting his middle finger up
Was on the 4 going into Manhattan. The man sitting across from me was exposing himself and no one said a single thing about it. I was too scared to say anything cause he was a big person. Also, what good would it do besides put me in harm possibly? There were no officers I could report the situation to. When I, called the MTA hotline they werent helpful at all. The man made me feel defenseless. It was disgusting to have to endure this for an hour.
It was 3pm on a Sunday when me (30 year old Chinese female) and my 12 year old female companion boarded an empty 7 train at Main Street in Flushing. It was the last stop so the trains are parked until more people board. I noticed a man peering into the train who then sat across from us. I didn’t think much of it until I looked up and saw that he had exposed himself in front of us. I was shocked but immediately grabbed my companion’s arm and led her away. We boarded two car trains over. As soon as the train left the station. I called 911.
The man is in his 50’s. He was wearing a grey t-shirt and a hat (black or gray). He had a black messenger bag which he put on top of his lap to conceal what he was doing. I hope the sicko gets caught!!!! And I know many victims of flashers were able to take a picture, but I was with a 12 year old on a train. I don’t know what the guy might do if he saw me take a pic of him. Our “pic-or-it-didn’t-happened” obsession has to stop! I don’t have a pic. But it HAPPENED.
I am a 15 year old girl, and as I was leaving summer school Friday August 8,2014 I Was Being Follow By (6) Boys In A Car So I Stoped At The Phone Truck To Tell The Guy In The Phone Turck And He Told Me To Stay With Him Into They Leave But When I Stoped At The Phone Turck The boys In The Car Stoped To So The Guy That Owns The Phone Truck Was About To Get Out And When They Saw Him The Drove Off So The Guy Had Someone Walk Me To The Bus Stop
I’d just had a lovely night with my friend at Shalel Lounge. I was walking toward my bike and some guy followed me and started talking at me while I was unlocking my bike, putting my helmet on, etc. I said nothing to him and did not remotely acknowledge his presence. He eventually went away, but this incident left me feeling scared.