Man asking for directions in San Bruno exposes himself to woman walking dog

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A woman walking her dog in San Bruno got an unpleasant surprise when a man asking for directions exposed himself to her Sunday, police said.

The woman was walking her dog on Sneath Lane near Siskiyou Court about 7:10 p.m. when a vehicle pulled up alongside her and the male driver asked her for directions to Tanforan, police said.

When the victim leaned over to give the man directions, she noticed he was not wearing any pants and was exposing himself, police said.

The man then drove away westbound on Sneath Lane toward Skyline Boulevard, police said.

He was described as a Filipino man in his early 20s with a dark complexion and short black hair, police said. He was wearing a red and white sports jersey.

The suspect was reportedly driving a white 4-door vehicle, possibly a Toyota, described as an older model.

Anyone with information on this creep is encouraged to call San Bruno police at (650) 616-7100.

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