Public transport hasn’t exactly been safe in recent months. We’ve seen reports from various people reporting perverts that they’ve run into on the trains. Most of these perverts were caught recording people without their consent, which is always a big no-no. But, this particular pervert took it a step further.
Two girls had apparently been taking the LRT on the Kelana Jaya line when they ran into a strange man. Feeling something was off about him, they attempted to move away. However, to their horror, he followed them and ended up flashing his penis at them!
“Be careful girls!” the post read on Xiao Hong Shu (小红书). “(The) LRT has perverts.” The incident apparently took place around 9pm yesterday (11th June). The girls, reportedly sisters, shared that they had gotten onto a fairly empty carriage with plenty of seats. As such, they found it strange when a man got on and immediately chose to sit in an area with many girls. Even stranger, he ensured he sat in the middle of the group.
The sisters, realising that something was wrong, then opted to get away from the man. “(We) pretended to get off the carriage and went to the (last) carriage. After a few stops, the girl beside him got off (at) a station. He (then) pretended to move to the back of the car (I don’t know how he found us) and slowly approached us, pretending to inadvertently sit opposite us,” she shared.
As it turns out, their feelings had been right. While waiting for their stop, they were shocked when the man slowly took his penis out of his pants. One of the sisters was quick to question him loudly and thankfully, got the attention of others who were on the train. With everyone looking, the man hurriedly tucked his penis away and fled to the Wawasan station.
We’re certainly grateful that the girls were safe, despite the terrifying experience. Unfortunately, this is not the first time perverts were spotted on our local trains, and it may not be the last. We urge everyone to be aware of their surroundings and ask for help if you’re feeling unsafe. Take care, everyone!
Source: China Press