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Lowestoft: Two boys expose themselves to teenage girl and her brother in Rotterdam Road

13:15 20 March 2014

Police need to trace two teenage boys after a 17-year-old girl reported they had indecently exposed themselves in Lowestoft earlier this month.

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The incident happened on the Linear Path at Rotterdam Road 3.15pm on March 2 but wasn’t reported to police until several days later.

The girl and her younger brother were walking from the leisure centre through to Normanston Park when they saw two teenage boys walking towards them.

As they got closer the boys began to strip off until they were wearing only socks and shoes and they then danced around the girl and her brother, following them for a short distance before the siblings managed to walk past them.

Both boys are described as in their teens, around 5ft 7ins tall, of slim build with short dark hair, one initially wearing dark trousers and a dark top, the other dark trousers and a white top.

Police are asking anyone who may recognise the descriptions, or anyone who saw the incident, to call Pc Abbott at Lowestoft on 101.

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  • Could this be a copy cat incident after the case of the notorious "chubby man" in Sutton Heath? Clearly people need to be aware if there are pests in their area, but I wonder if exposing the behaviour of people like "chubby man" doesn't do more harm than good?

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    Jerry Jones

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

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