Boston Woman Surprised That No Men On The Subway Wanted To Step In And Be George Zimmerman This Week

A Boston woman single-handedly grabbed a man by his collar and held him until police arrived after she says he exposed himself to her on a crowded Boston train during Thursday’s commute, MyFoxBoston.com reported. The woman, who asked not to be identified, said she tried to move away from Michael Galvin, the accused flasher, but  he followed her. She told the Boston Herald that she zoned out, listening to music, only to look up and see him standing over her. “I looked up and felt awkward, so I looked down,” she said. She said the man was exposing and touching himself, but tried to cover himself with his shirt. The woman, 24, yelled, but fellow passengers did not react, she said. So she said she went into “She-Hulk” mode and lunged off the train at the man, held him by his sweat shirt and called police. (read more at Fox News)