2 counts of indecent exposure on UH campus, police say

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HOUSTON — Paws up, pants down!

The University of Houston Police Department are on the look out for a possible flasher (or flashers) after two separate reports of indecent exposure on the University of Houston campus. Here are the bare facts:

A female student claims an unknown man "flashed" her outside the MD Anderson Library August 4 at about 6 p.m. Another woman said a male flasher exposed himself to her Sept. 13 at around 7 p.m. near the Student Center.

So far, no arrests have been made. Meanwhile female students are saying they're taking safety precautions around campus.

UH also has around-the-clock coverage of the campus by school officers and security staff. Cameras and emergency call box phone also provide safety for nearly 43,000 students. That's good, because the only way to sharpen a students mind, is for them to have piece of mind.

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