Police: Man indicted for taking photos up woman’s skirt on Metro-North train

District Attorney Mimi Rocah told News 12 that 67-year-old Majid Hedayati is accused of using his cellphone to take photos under a woman's skirt late at night in September when sitting across from her on a train traveling through Harrison from Grand Central.

News 12 Staff

Nov 1, 2022, 2:25 AM

Updated 571 days ago

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Police say a Connecticut man has been indicted for taking photos up a woman's skirt on a Metro-North train in Westchester.
District Attorney Mimi Rocah told News 12 that 67-year-old Majid Hedayati is accused of using his cellphone to take photos under a woman's skirt late at night in September when sitting across from her on a train traveling through Harrison from Grand Central. The victim's friend was sitting directly next to Hedayati and confronted him and reported him to a conductor.
MTA police arrested Hedayati after an investigation. He was indicted by a grand jury for a felony, unlawful surveillance in the second degree.
Hedayati was arraigned on Monday.


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