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Middle-Aged Man Exposes Himself to Girl Walking to School

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A creeper in Burbank targeted a young girl on her way to school today.

According to a statement released by the LAPD, the 11-year-old was walking west on Jeffries Ave. at about 7:40 a.m., when a man in a parked Honda called out to her. She looked over to see him jerking off in the vehicle, wearing a mustard colored shirt and no pants at all.

The girl kept walking and reported the incident to school authorities. The suspect is described as white, with a thin build, white shoulder-length hair (perhaps he should be arrested for that alone), and about 40-50 years old. His car is described as a late-model black Honda SUV with a silver rear bumper.