British Authorities Combat ‘Cyber-Flashing’

The British Transport Police are investigating an incident in which a woman’s iPhone received anonymous photos of a penis via Apple’s AirDrop feature, a function where files can be sent to any other iPhone in the vicinity, in a crime they have dubbed “cyber-flashing” and urged other victims to report. What do you think?

“Some women have all the luck.”

Chelsea Lundgren • Ottoman Wholesaler


“Sometimes I think about how our ancestors would have a hard time grasping the modern human condition.”

Thad Gerber • Subpoena Filer

“So, women want to be able to post breastfeeding pictures on their private Facebook account, but they don’t want to be bombarded with unsolicited images of strangers’ genitalia? Talk about a double standard.”

Kurt Schuster • Tar Spreader