A WOMAN was “cyber flashed” by a stranger who sent a snap of his privates to her phone.
Lara De Keyser, 23, was waiting for a Tube train when the image appeared.
She had been using her iPhone’s AirDrop feature — which allows pictures and files to be shared via Bluetooth, at work the day before. Because it was still switched on, the sex pest was able to “discover” her phone and share with her.
Lara immediately deleted the picture, which appeared as a preview message.
She said: “I felt violated. It’s a modern version of being flashed at in the park. I was waiting for the train and my phone vibrated. I looked and saw this picture of a penis.
“I was looking around, trying to see if anyone was laughing or sniggering. I dismissed it from the screen straight away.”
Lara, who was targeted at Whitechapel station in East London, added: “It felt very intrusive. Someone has got gratification by sending it.”
The fashion director, from Chelsea, said she did not go to police as she deleted the image, leaving no trail to the culprit.
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Cyber-flashing goes largely unreported because victims are too embarrassed to go to police.
It has been probed just once, when British Transport Police had to drop a case in 2015 because the victim, also targeted via AirDrop in London, had not accepted the images.