Canada Man charged with voyeurism after allegedly exposing genitals to woman on SkyTrain
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A 33-year-old Vancouver man has been charged with two offences afterearlier this year.
Anthony Emmanuel Peccorini is accused of one count of committing an indecent act and one count of voyeurism in connection with the April 29 incident.
Metro Vancouver Transit Police (MVTP) said in June that a female passenger was sitting onboard the SkyTrain when she noticed a man "looming uncomfortably close to her."
When she looked towards him, police said she saw the man's genitals exposed over the waistline of his sweat pants, just a foot away from her face.
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The woman was able to snap a photo of the suspect's genitals, which she later provided to transit police.
The suspect left the train at Main Street SkyTrain Station. Police say a review of surveillance footage revealed he originally boarded at Commercial-Broadway Station and rode trains for nearly an hour between Main Street and Edmonds stations.
Concerned about the "predatory nature of his actions," MVTP released surveillance images of the suspect on June 24.
After media coverage, Peccoriniand later released on a promise to appear in court in August.
At the time of his arrest, police said the suspect was "minimally known to police."
Peccorini is set to appear in Vancouver Provincial Court on Nov. 20.
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