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Bra-sh flash: Police seek man who wore nothing but brassiere

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Winona police are seeking a flasher who opened his trench coat and showed a 21-year-old woman what he was wearing underneath: a black bra and nothing else, the Winona Daily News reported.

The newspaper reported that the woman got a pretty good look at him: She described the man as white, thin, 5-foot-6 and smoking a cigarette, about 60 years old. She also said he had thinning, short white hair and a scruffy, stubbly beard. He did not have glasses, she said. And he was wearing a long, tan cloth trenchcoat, she said.

The woman told police she panicked and fled during the Saturday incident, and the last time the man was seen he was walking slowly east on King Street, the newspaper reported.

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