Hyndland flasher update: no arrest made yet, say police, a week after last incident

By Ellen Thomson at

A man who exposed himself to four women in the West End has still to be found.

A week on from the last incident in Hyndland, police say they have not made an arrest.

Witnesses are still being asked to come forward to help police.

The incidents happened between Tuesday 20 March and Wednesday 21.

Hyndland and flasher

Disturbed: one of the incidents happened on Broomhill Drive. Image: Google

A timeline of the incidents has been provided by police:

• Tuesday 20 March, 8.30pm – Kingsborough Gardens. The man exposes himself to a 36 year-old woman

• Wednesday 21 March, 7.40pm – Broomhill Drive. He approaches a 17 year-old woman and carries out an indecent act on himself

• Wednesday 21 March, 8.10pm – Airlie Street. He approaches a 34 year-old woman and exposes himself

• Wednesday 21 March. 8.25pm – Victoria Crescent. He exposes himself to a woman walking in the street

The individual is white, in his late 20s to early 30s.


He is around 5ft 7 inches tall, of slim build with light brown hair and a scruffy appearance.

He was unshaven with stubble on his face and he was wearing a dark hooded jacket and dark jeans.

He uses a blue coloured mountain bike.

Detective Constable Alan Gardner is with Greater Glasgow Division.

Last week he said: “The four women this man has approached have been left extremely distressed and we are aware that the public will be alarmed by these incidents.


“Officers have been carrying out increased patrols in the local area.”

A police spokesman said this week that no arrests had been made and enquiries were still ongoing.

Witnesses or anyone with information about this man are asked to contact Helen Street Police Station through 101 quoting reference number 3951 of 20 March 2018.