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article imageShe-Hulk collars creeper

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By Gar Swaffar     Apr 21, 2012 in Crime
Boston - The MBTA trains in Boston, Massachusetts are often packed for the ride home. One 'gentleman' was engaged in more than just a ride home.
Michael Galvin, 37 years old, entered the MBTA train one stop after an unidentified female rider, the self identified She-Hulk, noticed that he was staring at her and moved through the train and finally stopped. After a moment she then noticed that he was standing over her and when she looked down, Galvin had exposed himself and was apparently manipulating his male attribute.
The Boston Herald reports that the female rider, who chose to remain anonymous, made quite a bit of noise and tried to elicit help from her fellow passengers. None of the other riders seemed concerned, including one male rider who only shrugged it off.
At that point, the aggrieved rider transformed into "She-Hulk" , she grabbed the creeper by the collar when he tried to leave the train at Brighton.
She held on to the man's collar with one hand and got the attention of the MBTA police, who arrested Galvin on charges of open and gross lewdness.
She-Hulk stated Galvin kept repeating: “He kept saying sorry, - but he was just sorry for himself.”
Galvin, in his explanation to the MBTA police, suggested he was unaware that he was exposed and it was possible the “packed and jostling” trolley had caused his shorts to become dislodged and fall.
She-Hulk was quoted as saying: “I’ve had enough of being harassed on the street. I’m tired of it and I want it to end. It was the last straw.”
After Galvin was charged, he was released on his own recognizance, but was also ordered to stay off the "T"
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