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A man exposed himself to her at work, but this woman refuses to be a victim

A man exposed himself to her at work, but this woman refuses to be a victim
From CBC - April 17, 2018

Jenna Moisenkowas working at one of her three part-time jobs when a man pulled out his penis and ejaculated on the floor in front of her.

The 21-year-old was alone behind thecounter when the mancame into a Subwayin Windsor around 8:30 p.m. on March 28.

In an online post about what happened, Moisenko's father wrote that the mantold her he had been kicked out of his parent's home and wondered if she could charge his phone for him he was texting a girl and his battery was about to die.

Moisenkoplugged in the phone. Shethought she was doing him a favour.

When it happened I was shocked, grossed out, humiliated.- Jenna Moisenko

Security footage shows the man sitting in the dining area of the restaurantbefore standing up suddenly and walking into the kitchen area to grab his phone.

He walks out from behind the counter, thenpulls out his penis and ejaculates.

"When it happened I was shocked, grossed out, humiliated," wrote Moisenkoin a Facebook message to CBC News.

"I felt the need to do something. To fight back somehow. In my opinion, using my voice, is that something," she added."I wanted the perpetrator to know that I intended to catch and prosecute them to the full extent of the law."

Moisenkosaid Subway agreed to give her father the security footage. He posted it to SpottedInWindsor, an online group where people share experiences both good and bad that they go through in the city, with a blue box over the man's exposed genitals.

"I am frustrated to say the least. I turn to you fellow citizens. PLEASE help us...and get him off our streets," he wrote."If you have a mother, sister, daughter, or any female you love, PLEASE, look at this video and see if you can recognize this guy."

When reached by phone, an assistant manager atSubway said she could not comment on the incident or why the restaurant agreed to release the video, because the case is currently under investigation.

In no time, the post blew up. To date, the video has been viewed more than 72,000 times.

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