Woman says man exposed himself in Hauppauge parking lot

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A woman says a man exposed himself to her in his car in the Department of Social Services parking lot in Hauppauge.

The woman came forward Friday after she says she saw the story on News 12 about a man exposing himself in his car to another woman at the CVS parking lot in Coram.

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The victim says the incident happened on Sept. 4. She says was sitting in her parked car when a man in the car next to her started performing a lewd act with his driver's side door wide open.

"He was just exposing himself more and more, to the point where he actually got out of the vehicle and removed the boot he was wearing on his foot, and took out his right leg from his pants and sat back down in the car," the victim says.

She adds, "He was facing sideways in the seat, facing me in the car, and he started touching himself again and just staring at me."

She also says she was too traumatized and scared to call police initially, but shortly after sharing her story with News 12, she went straight to Suffolk's 4th Precinct to file a report.

"I’m just hoping the can track him down and he’s held responsible for doing that," she says.

It is unclear if this is the same man who exposed himself at the CVS parking lot in Coram.

Police ask anyone who may have had a similar encounter to call their local precinct.

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