A creep dressed in what appears to be an MTA uniform flashed two young girls in Brooklyn, authorities said Saturday.
The minivan driving suspect — sporting a baseball cap with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority logo, rolled up to a 14-year-old girl walking along Ridge Blvd. near 92nd St. about 4:30 p.m. on Monday and asked her for directions, police said.
When the girl, who was with a friend, approached to help the stranger out, she realized that his privates were showing, cops said.
On Thursday, the same man pulled alongside to an 11-year-old girl near 91st St. and Colonial Road and inquired about a route to the nearest McDonalds.
He told the girl to get closer to his car, exposed himself to the child and drove off, authorities said.
The victim told police the pervert was wearing a light blue button-down shirt with an MTA patch on the shoulder.
A police source said the clothes “appear to be an MTA uniform.”
“That’s the description we got, but you can get those clothes anywhere,” the source explained.
An email to the MTA for comment was not returned.