Yet another dirty Muslim pervert who gets his kicks out of exposing himself to women. What does he expect to achieve from doing this other than a charge sheet and his name going on the sex offenders registrar. Did he think she would go weak at the knees and want sex at the sight of his penis?? What must of been going on in his head at the time i wouldn’t like to guess.
Flashing seems to be something of a trend with Muslim sex fiends lately. This being the 7th incident in the last two months that have appeared on here, quite possibly others have happened that have escaped my attention. Previous incidents have happened in Bradford, Swindon, Wycombe, Ipswich, Dewsbury and Halifax.
Luton man exposes himself to woman in Brantwood Park
BY NEWS REPORTER Luton-Dunstable
Published: 27/05/2014 12:10 – Updated: 27/05/2014 12:23
A LUTON man indecently exposed himself to a woman after following her in Brantwood Park.
The incident happened on last Monday (May 19) at around 2pm when the 23-year-old victim had been walking along Collingdon Street.
She noticed a man following her and then over the bridge in to Dallow Road.
The man tried to say ‘hello’ to the 23-year-old before sitting down on a bench near to the toilets in the park.
He then shouted towards the victim and exposed himself.
Police have described the man as being Asian, in his late 50s to early 60s, 5’11” tall, with a slim to medium build and possibly a beard.
He had grey hair and was wearing a grey/beige circular hat, a short sleeved shirt with buttons down the front and trousers.
PC Lucy Austin, investigating, is keen to trace anyone who witnessed the incident or anyone who has been subjected to similar behaviour recently.
PC Austin said: “The victim has been made to feel very scared by the entire event and we need members of the public to help trace this man to ensure we can put a stop to his behaviour.”
Anyone with information relating to this crime can contact PC Austin, in confidence, at Luton Police Station, on 01582 394350, or Bedfordshire Police on 101, or text information to 07786 200011.
Alternatively contact the independent crime fighting charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.