Fulwood flasher wearing balaclava leaves mum and her seven-year-old daughter feeling 'shaken up'
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Mum Emma was walking with her daughter down the dirt track from Singleton Way in Fulwood, Preston, around 1-30pm on Monday (August 15) when a man flashed them and shouted several obscenities.
The mum describes him as being in his late 30s or early 40s, having tanned skin and wearing dark blue jeans, a belt, a navy blue zipped hoodie-style jacket and a brown balaclava up to his eyes.
Emma, said: “It shook me up. It was scary. I felt like I was dreaming. I thought, ‘Are you joking?’”
She added: “I’d just been to my friend’s house and I was walking back holding my daughter’s hand and we were just chatting when I saw somebody to the side of a bush with his pants down round his ankles. I thought he was having a wee so I was just distracting my daughter but when I turned to the side he was naked.
“I was mad I didn't say something to him but I didn’t know if he had a weapon and it happened so fast so I just ignored him.
"My daughter didn’t dare go out of the house after that in case he’d followed us home. It’s horrible. Why would someone do that?
"You hear about it happening at night but not at 1-30pm.”
The incident was reported to the police. A Lancashire Constabulary spokesperson says the incident is under investigation.