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Man arrested in halls of residence flashing investigation

By Priyanka Mogul Feb 2, 2015

A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of flashing women near Kingston University’s halls of residence.

Detectives investigating the series of reports about a serial flasher have confirmed that a man was arrested on Saturday, January 31. He is on bail to a west London police station until early March.

Last month KU students were warned to be aware of a man exposing himself near halls of residence and advised to be “extra vigilant” when walking home after dark.

Since December at least five incidents were reported of a flasher near Clayhill. It is believed that that all incidents involved the same man, described as tall, white and dressed in black.

Read more about the reported incidents here.


By Priyanka Mogul

Priyanka is Online Editor of the River Newspaper for Group D. She is also the Manager of International Political Forum and President of the Kingston University Journalism Society. She has previously held the position of Communications Intern with the United Nations Association, One World Media, and The British Institute of Human Rights.

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