Police Investigating Indecent Exposure Incidents

February 19, 2018 | 35 Comments

Police are investigating two incidents of indecent exposure encountered by two different women at different locations this weekend, with the suspect described as a “naked brown complexioned male, approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall of medium build.”

A police spokesperson said, “Inquiries are underway regarding two reported incidents of indecent exposure encountered by two different women – each apparently walking alone – that occurred in two different locations over the weekend.

“The first was reported to have occurred around 9:30am Saturday, February 17th under a bridge along the Railway Trail in the Grape Bay Drive, Paget area.

“That suspect was described as a black male wearing a white T-shirt and brown pants.

“The second was reported to have occurred around 6:50am Sunday, February 18th in the Long Lane, Hamilton parish area near the Mid-Ocean Club golf course.

“That suspect was described as a naked brown complexioned male, approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall of medium build.

“Additional witnesses or anyone with any information regarding the person[s] responsible are encouraged to call the main police telephone number 295-0011 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.”

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  1. Well says:

    Of course it would just be too difficult for women to report the approximate ages of the men, right? I mean were 20s, 30s, 40, 50s, 60s, etc??? If you want to help people and other potential victims then try to give a better description! The descriptions fit about 25% of men on the island!

  2. Speaking Up! says:

    More violence and sexual violence at the hands of males. Every single corner of this earth you can find a male harming women and children with their sexual deviancy. Time to put an end to this and speak up about male perversion!! The law is too lenient on these deviants.

    • Time Shall Tell says:

      So we shouldn’t speak up on any incidents where women are the primary perpetrator? Why not say speak out against all such acts?

      • Speaking Up! says:

        Because that happens, right? I suggest you look up crime stats worldwide. 99% of all world crime is at the hands of males, especially sex crimes. It is a problem that needs addressing. If it were women who committed all the crime males would whine even more than they do now since they already think women are at fault for everything!

        When do you ever see women in Bermuda doing this? Answer is never.

        • PBanks says:

          Do you have any suggestions on how to proceed with tackling this? Like, should stringent background checks be made on fellas when applying for college or jobs?

          • Speaking Up! says:

            Yes we should profile all males or how about we start with keeping perverts locked up. How ’bout dah?

            • Time Shall Tell says:

              Speaking up, your stats are FAR off. If we are to believe your narrative then only 1% of the worlds prison population would be made up of women but this is far from true. Let’s take a look at the stats that show the high number of cases of sexual relations between women teachers & their students. Take a look at the publicly available records of their court case files for each of the following female teachers & read about the various perversions they each applied to under age children, then come back to me about sexual perversion being a male only issue worth speaking out against.
              Sarah Jones, Brianne Altice, Hope Jacoby, Amy McElhenney, Debra Lafave, Shelley Dufresne, Rachel Respess, Jessica Bonnett Acker, Kinsley Wentzky, Carrie McCandless, Heather Daughdrill, Eppie Sprung Dawson, Lindsay Massaro, Pamela Rogers-Turner, Elizabeth Scroggs, Deanna Higgins, Amy Northcutt, Lisa Glide, Michelle Preston, Rebekah Todd, Teresa Engelbach, Haeli Wey, Megan Mahoney, Michelle Ghirelli, Melody Lippert, Alexandria Vera, Sheral Lee Smith, Amber Jennings, Stephanie Ragusa, Christina Oliver, Joy Blackstock, Heather Shelton, Cara Dickey, Elizabeth Stow, Rachel Burkhart, Jaymee Wallace, Lisa Robyn Marinelli, Autumn Leathers, Helen Goddard, Stacy Schuler, Cameo Patch, Rebecca Bogard, Christine Scarlett, Danielle Walls, Kristy Sanchez-Trujillo, Christine McCallum, Janelle Batkins, Pamela Smart, Christine Marie Johanson, Alison Peck, Tiffany Leiseth, Loni Folks Again, ANY crime is a crime & should be spoken out against no matter the gender of the offender.

            • Time Shall Tell says:

              Speaking up, your stats are FAR off. If we are to believe your narrative then only 1% of the worlds prison population would be made up of women but this is far from true. Do a search of publicly available records of U.S. court cases & read about the various perversions women teachers have applied to under age male children. Then come back to me about sexual perversion being a male only issue worth speaking out against. ANY crime is a crime & should be spoken out against no matter the gender of the offender.

            • Time Shall Tell says:

              Speaking up, your stats are FAR off. If we are to believe your narrative then only 1% of the worlds prison population would be made up of women but this is far from true. Do a search of publicly available records of U.S. court cases & read about the various perversions women teachers have applied to under age male children. Then come back to me about sexual perversion being a male only issue worth speaking out against. ANY crime is a crime & should be spoken out against no matter the gender of the offender.

    • Real Deal says:

      dont speak like female are not to blame for anything. Men have did a lot for the world and get no respect now that this world is easier to live in then before. when i get some money i am going to make a mens day for Bermuda so that people can learn about how hard it was to live in the pass. with out all this technology then man made you wont be talking like that.

  3. Betty says:

    Straight people up to there nastiness again

    • Time Shall Tell says:

      You’re assuming the perpetrator (s) in question to be straight, there was no sexual assault involved, so this just may well not of been an act of sexual preference. Sometimes such acts are done to give the perpetrator a sense of power & dominance vs being that of a sexual nature. Either way, both gay & straight individuals commit various crimes everyday so why try & bring orientation into this? I guess next you’ll want to bring race into this? We already have Speaking Up turning this into a battle of the sexes vs it just being a crime that we all as a community should rise up & address.

      • PBanks says:

        Time, it’s a tongue-in-cheek dig at those who suggest that gay people are the ones causing the breakdown of society in Bermuda.

    • sage says:

      He may have been born a woman.

    • Um Um Like says:

      Where is preserve marriage when you need them?

    • Zevon says:

      It’s a cultural thing. His religion encourages it.

  4. northR says:

    “Straight people up to there nastiness again”

    right? they’re always perverting something or someone! Sick, deviants.

  5. Hijacked says:

    How is this stuff happening? I thought when Jesus passed the domestic partnership act society would be saved…

  6. Mike H says:

    And do have bps on speed dial.Your phone has GPS…make sure it is on…they can find you.Or should be able to!

  7. Mike H says:

    Or ask the fellow for his number like your interested then give it to police.

  8. Bruh Man From De 5th Floor says:

    The second case just sounds like the man was probably taking a leak, then the female walker so happens to walk by.
    At least he had his pants and shirt on.

  9. Mrs Brady says:

    It would never stand up in court.

  10. Jus' Wonderin' says:

    Jesus take the wheel….

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