Creep Caught on Camera Taking Upskirt Pictures in Queens Exposed on Facebook

An image of a still-unidentified pervert who recently victimized a woman in Queens, New York is being exposed on Facebook.

The man was recently captured on security camera slipping his camera phone under a woman’s skirt inside a Burlington Coat Factory in Rego Park on Monday evening.

“To all my NY friends, please help us identify this PERV!!! My sister caught him slipping his cellphone under her skirt, quickly went out of the store and denied his actions when confronted. This incident happened in REGO PARK, NY area. New York Police Department was made aware of the incident, and currently looking for the suspect. If you have any information about this disgusting pervert, please do not hesitate to contact me.”

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The victim. identified as 26-year-old Edjelyn Gamboa, told CBS that she knew something weird was up before she realized what the stranger behind her in the children’s aisle was actually doing.

“I felt violated,” she said.

Gamboa reportedly felt something brushed the back of her legs and then noticed a flash of light went off. She then looked back to see the man holding a phone with a camera mode turned on.

When Gamboa and her sister Edalyn Estrada confronted him about his actions, he simply denied it.

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“I said, ‘let us check the surveillance footage’ and he ran down the stairs,” said Estrada.

The store’s CCTV footage would later confirm her suspicions that the man was either taking a photo or video up her skirt.

Estrada posted the video along with an image of the alleged pervert on her Facebook account, urging her friends to help them identify the man.

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According to Estrada’s post, they have reported the incident to the New York Police Department who are now looking for the suspect.

Estrada also warned netizens who might blame her sister instead of the perpetrator just because she was wearing a skirt.

“I’m telling you right now, I am 100% AGAINST VICTIM BLAMING. If you are going to judge my sister for wearing a skirt, please EDUCATE YOURSELF,” she wrote in Filipino.

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Gamboa echoed the same sentiment in her interview with CBS saying, “We are wearing skirts but that does not give men a pass to harass us.“

Featured image via Facebook/Dada Gamboa-Estrada

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