The Nether Regions

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Flash… Ahhhh!

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In the local news stakes, you can’t beat a good flasher. And if you can’t beat them, join them… RIGHT LADS?


Yorkshire Evening Post, 7 January 2011:

Hunt for Harrogate flasher

Dectectives hunting a pervert believed to have repeatedly exposed himself to women in Harrogate have issued an e-fit picture of a suspect.

The “flasher”, who seems to strike after sunset, is believed to have exposed himself on at least three occasions in the Stray Rein area of the town in the last month.

On Saturday December 18, two women were walking along a public footpath connecting York Place with Tewit Well Road at about 5.45pm when they saw a man standing by a tree, just past a nearby railway bridge.

The man was naked and had his jeans around his ankles. He was described as white, in his early to mid 20s and about 6ft 3in tall, of larger than average build with dark brown hair worn in a pudding-bowl shape.

He had a round face with a pale complexion and dark eyes. His upper body appeared to be hairless.

Pudding-bowl hair and a hairless upper body… it’s a good look.


Lancashire Evening Post, 20 April 2009 (story):

Shame of the flasher priest

A Catholic priest exposed himself in a Lancashire park in broad daylight.

Thomas McCaffrey, 59, was spotted leaving the men’s toilets in Ribbleton Park, Preston, with his genitals on show at 2.45pm.

McCaffrey – who worked at St Mary’s Parish Church in Bamber Bridge – then flashed his private parts “as if he was trying to attract someone’s attention.”

When arrested, McCaffrey admitted he had visited the toilets looking for a sexual partner – but said he was in the process of covering himself up after using the urinal.

As the neighbour walked past the priest on his way to a local shop he formed the impression the priest was touching himself.

Presumably, touching oneself ‘as if trying to attract someone’s attention’  is the forgotten eighth Sacrament of the Catholic church.


Written by Paddy

January 31, 2011 at 2:57 pm

Posted in Flashers

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  1. The first flasher looks about 12.

    Micahel Laverick

    January 31, 2011 at 9:37 pm

  2. Hail Mary!!

    Cornelius Balfour

    April 5, 2011 at 11:54 pm

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