Pervert sexually assaults woman while she sleeps on New York subway N train
- A woman sleeping on a Brooklyn subway was sexually assaulted after a man ejaculated on her face in the early hours of Friday morning
- The 22-year-old woman woke up to see the man fleeing the train as it pulled into the 25th Street Station in Greenwood Heights.
- She was taken to NYU Langone-Brooklyn and is in stable condition; the police continue to search for the suspect
A man sexually assaulted a woman on a Brooklyn subway early Friday morning by ejaculating on her face.
The disgusting act against the 22-year-old woman took place in the early hours of the morning, around 4:20 am, while she was sleeping.
A southbound N train was pulling into the 25th Street station in Greenwood Heights when the man exposed his genitals and the attack occurred.
When the train came to a stop, the man quickly fled.
The victim was not physically abused further but was taken by ambulance to NYU Langone-Brooklyn. The unnamed woman is currently in stable condition.
A man sexually assaulted a woman on a Brooklyn subway early Friday morning by ejaculating in her face as it entered the 25th Street station.
A southbound train was pulling into the 25th Street station in Greenwood Heights when the attack occurred
The victim was not physically abused further but was taken by ambulance to NYU Langone-Brooklyn
The NYPD has not named the suspect or released his description.
No further information about the incident has been released.
Subway crime has been labeled one of the city’s biggest crises, and while statistics show that transit violations have dropped slightly, even Manhattan’s progressive district attorney, Alvin Bragg, said this summer that he was afraid for his family when they rode the train.
“I know the statistics that transit crime has gone down, but when one of my family members gets on the train, I get a knot in my stomach too,” he said. Fox 5 when asked about the perception that the subway system is becoming increasingly unsafe.
“I live here, I raise my family here, so we have a lot more work to do,” he added.
Serious crime in the subway system fell 6.6 percent in August, the newspaper said the city’s latest crime statistics.