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Fragrant Pervert Sought In Bieber Movie Flashing

Perp exposed self to two girls at "Believe" screening

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Bieber Film Indecency

DECEMBER 27--Georgia cops are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who exposed himself to a pair of juvenile girls during a showing yesterday afternoon of “Believe,” the new Justin Bieber documentary.

According to cops in Snellville, a city outside Atlanta, the girls were the only two people in the Regal Cinemas theater when, halfway through the PG-rated movie, the suspect entered “and sat in a seat in the top row, right next to them.”

A few minutes after the man sat down, he “pulled his penis out of his pants and began to masturbate,” according to a police report. The girls then fled the theater and “called their parents from the bathroom and waited there until they showed up.” The suspect later departed the theater, driving away in “a white or light colored Mercury SUV.”

A theater manager told police that he had previously questioned the suspect about “jumping theaters.” The man, who claimed he had been “looking for his friends,” got nervous when confronted by the manager and said, “I will just leave.”

The manager described the suspect as a balding 5’ 6” Hispanic man in his mid-60s. The suspect, who had a thick accent, was wearing dark pants and an orange long sleeve shirt with a zipper. Additionally, he reportedly “smelled of women’s perfume.”

In a bid to identify the flasher, Snellville police today released the below surveillance photo showing him inside Regal Cinemas.

“Believe,” which opened on Christmas, has itself been termed a public indecency by detractors of the 19-year-old pop star. In a review today, The New York Times calls the 91-minute film “another piece of propaganda for the Bieber proletariat.” (2 pages)