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Framingham State bans male student after he allegedly exposed himself to female employee

Posted by Jaclyn Reiss  March 18, 2013 06:00 PM

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Framingham State University police have banned a male student from campus after he allegedly exposed himself to a female university employee last week.

FSU police reported the alleged incident on their Facebook page. On Facebook, police said they learned Friday of the incident. But they did not say when it happened.

Police did not provide the name of the student.

The male student lives in the dorms on campus, according to Framingham State police. He was questioned by campus police following the report, and will remain banned from the school while officials investigate the incident.

The incident follows the banning of two students in two weeks in September amid separate allegations of sexual assault between acquaintances on the campus, where two thirds of the students are women.

Campus police also reported last week that two female students were approached by a college-aged man who allegedly started talking to them in a "bizarre and uncomfortable" manner. The man was described as thin and Caucasian with dark hair, standing about 6 feet tall, and wearing jeans and a grey hoodie during the incident.

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