Man arrested after allegedly exposing himself to women on Toronto subway

The TTC logo is seen on the side of a subway car at Kipling Station on Aug. 5, 2022. Ryan Rocca / Global News File

Police in Toronto have arrested a man and charged him after he allegedly exposed himself to “multiple” women across the city’s subway system.

Toronto police said they received reports of a man exposing himself to women on Oct. 6 at several subway stations.

Police said the man exposed himself at College Park, Castle Frank, Davisville, York Mills, Sheppard and North York.

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On Oct. 28, police said the man then exposed himself on an eastbound train at the Leslie subway station.

He allegedly sexually assaulted a woman walking toward the subway station.

“Police believe there may be more victims,” a media release said.

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On Saturday, police arrested 20-year-old Juan Medina Rodriguez. He was charged with four counts of sexual assault and six counts of an indecent act.

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