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By Melkorka Licea. August 12, pm Updated August 12, pm. New York women have discovered that creepy men are using the iPhone AirDrop app to send them photos of their privates while on the same train.
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Police in England are investigating what may be the first instance of "cyber flashing," BBC reports. While riding a train in South London, a woman reportedly received two unsolicited pictures of a man's penis on her phone via Apple's "Airdrop" feature. And a picture appeared on the screen of a man's penis, which I was quite shocked by," she told BBC.
A HuffPost UK journalist has become the most recent victim. The first reported case happened in London in and has since become increasingly popular, especially on New York and London public transport systems. AirDrop, available on Apple products, allows a person to instantly share photos, videos, locations, and more with other Apple devices nearby.
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Getty Images. A sociology professor from Missouri State University is looking to measure whether larger penis size equates to increased self-esteem. According to The College Fixprofessor Alicia Walker is asking men to provide measurements of their manhood in flaccid and erect states, along with uploaded pictures of the body part within the survey for her research project. Turning to social news aggregation website Reddit as one of the promotional tools for the studymany users wondered why Walker specifically needed pictures for her project.
Alicia Walker is doing something unusual: she's asking men - men to be precise - to send her photos of their genitals. All for the very noble purpose of scientific research. Walker, an assistant professor of sociology at the Missouri State University, in the US, has put the call out for penis photos as she launched a study this month to explore how the size of a man's penis can affect the rest of his life.
Fox31 Denver has issued a formal apology for accidentally broadcasting a photo of a man's penis amid coverage of Tuesday's helicopter crash in Seattle. The X-rated picture inadvertently appeared on viewers' screens during the morning news program " Good Day Colorado. Instead of images of the Seattle crash, Fox31 treated its TV audience to an odd range of photos, including a picture of Edward Scissorhands, a picture of what appears to be an omelette and, yes, a photo of a man's penis. As documented on Twitter by SladeHVthe anchors initially reacted to the flap with outright horror.