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Went Into 'She-Hulk' Mode: Woman Describes Holding Down Alleged Train Flasher Until Police Arrive

The woman, who did not want to be named, held down a man she said exposed himself to her until police arrived. (Image source: Boston Herald)

A 24-year-old Boston woman said she went into "she-Hulk" mode when she grabbed a man she said exposed himself to her while she was taking the train home Wednesday night, the Boston Herald reported.

"I was on my way home from work and this guy was just being a real creeper," the woman, who did not want to be named, said. "I just noticed he was immediately staring at me and just kept moving closer."

She said she tried to ignore him, until "all of a sudden I looked up and there was this huge guy staring down at me being a creep, and then I looked down and he had exposed himself and he was playing with himself."

She said she started to scream but no one came to assist her. When the man made to get off the train, she jumped off and grabbed him with one hand while dialing police with the other. That's when she went into "she-Hulk" mode and detained him until police arrived.

"I don't know how I held onto him because he really tried to pull away and I was just holding on with one hand," she said.

Local Fox affiliate WFXT-TV reported police arrested Michael Galvin, who has since been charged with open and gross lewdness. He'll be in court May 30 and faces up to three years in prison if convicted.

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