MANGATAINOKA, NEW ZEALAND - JANUARY 23: A streaker runs across the field during a Super 14 Trial match between the Hurricanes and the Blues at Mangatainoka Rugby grounds on January 23, 2010 in Mangatainoka, New Zealand. (Photo by Marty Melville/Getty Images)

Flasher hits St Andrews

Police seeking information on a flasher in the Bubble.

Shanda Kopp and Kelly Schweizer

Some residents of the Bubble have seen far more of one member of the public than desirable. Police have received distressed reports from victims of a phantom flasher, a man indecently exposing himself.

Two incidents were reported on Saturday night near the Albany Park residences, with the current view being that the same over-zealous male is responsible for both of these events. 
This situation is not viewed as absolutely positively hilarious by all, as it has been noted that there are many tourists and children (with corresponding parents) who may not take to the streaker situation lightly.

The police have gathered witness accounts that reported a man in his mid to late twenties, about 5 foot 10 inches, and has short dark hair. What they need is for Bubble forces to unite and stop this man, so this is your chance to be a superhero.

Detective Sergeant Graeme Dursley has reiterated that such an incident was “disturbing” for those involved and we all need to remember that being naked in public is just plain inappropriate (Raisin is over, folks). 
Let’s help deliver this man to justice, or at the very least, save his dignity from the approaching Scottish frostbite.

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