Police search for ‘pantless’ man accused of stalking, exposing himself to women

A man remains on the run after a series of sickening stalking incidents in Victoria over the past few weeks.

Police say the man is wanted for pulling down his pants and exposing himself to women before performing a sex act in front of them.

The first incident happened around 10pm on June 17, as a woman was walking from the St Albans train station on Main Road East.


It’s understood the pantless man yelled out to the woman to get her attention before following her for a short time while performing a sex act.

“He approached her on two separate occasions with pants pulled down,” VIC Police said in a statement.

It’s believed the same man yelled out to another woman walking south along St Albans Road from the railway station on 7 July about 12.30am.

“He exposed himself and performed a sex act before the woman ran off, the male following her before he stopped at a service station,” police said.

The offender is perceived to be Caucasian or European in appearance, aged 20 to 30-years-old with short dark hair and a beard.

He was wearing a dark hooded jumper with light coloured sleeves and three-quarter tan coloured pants.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.