A Hong Kong man was arrested yesterday for allegedly flashing his junk at a group of students taking part in a citywide school boycott, “daring” them to take photos and put them online.
Well, unsurprisingly, they did.
Police soon picked up a 57-year-old suspect in the case, surnamed So, at the Fu Heng Estate in Tai Po at about 4:45pm yesterday afternoon on suspicion of outraging public decency, on.cc reports.
So is believed to have approached a group of students who were forming a human chain outside the Tai Yuen Estate — about a 10 minute walk away from Fu Heng — at around 7:30am yesterday morning, and pulled down his trousers and underpants exposing himself to the students.
The outlet reported that several people in black shirts — the color favored by anti-government protesters — tried to block the man from getting near the students.
So allegedly began yelling at the students, “Take a photo and put it online! I dare you!”
He finally left the scene after about 15 minutes.
The incident comes hot on the heels of another incident in which an older man, this one shirtless, menaced boycotting students with a razor blade. The suspect in that case was arrested the same evening at his home in Kowloon Bay.