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Business In Front, Party In Pants: Burbank Flasher Is Loose

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Whistle while you jerk. Have you seen this guy?
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Have you seen the not so private parts of this man? Burbank police have a flasher on the loose. The suspect -- white or Latino male, shaved head, approximately 6 feet tall and 35-40 years old -- has exposed himself to three women in the Magnolia Park neighborhood, reports ABC Local.The suspect has been seen wearing a shirt, tie and dress pants. He whistles to get the attention of his victims and then says hello to his little friend. Reported incidents took place between Nov. 4 and 29 either late at night or early in the morning, notes the LA Times.

One incident was reported on the heavily traveled stretch of "Hollywood Way near Mangnolia Boulevard, another on the 2900 block of West Magnolia near Niagara Street, and the third at Chandler Boulevard and Buena Vista Street," reports 818 Now. Anyone with information is asked to call the Burbank Police Department at (818) 238-3000.