Last week, Twitter user "@troonytoons" posted censored images of a cross-dresser taken from his Flickr account. The photos show user "Rosemary Times" lifting up his dress and skirt to expose his privates while inside the women's section of a clothing store and a cafe.
The Post Millennial reviewed the original photographs, taken during the summer of last year, and can report the 62-year-old unidentified man was not wearing underwear. His penis and testicles appear to be tucked between his legs.
Internet sleuths investigated and determined the photos were taken within various locations inside Nottingham's Victoria Centre shopping mall, particularly at the House of Fraser department store and the Café Zest.
'Rosemary Times' posted photographs of himself without underwear while in the Victoria Centre shopping centre in Nottingham
The Victoria Centre acknowledged receiving TPM's media inquiry, but did not respond to questions about how it plans to investigate the alleged indecent exposure within its stores. The shopping center supplied a brief statement to the Nottingham Post newspaper, however: "We are aware of the tweets in question and are looking into the incident. Any form of indecent exposure will not be tolerated and will result in our security team issuing an immediate ban from the centre and reporting any incident to Nottinghamshire Police."
In addition to his Flickr, where his bio reads, "I love the feeling of wearing fabulous ladies [sic] clothing, especially out in public!," he operated a TikTok and XVideos account. The sexually graphic account on XVideos was removed from public view within the same day of his alleged indecent exposure photos being posted on Twitter.
Internet caches of his XVideo account show he uploaded videos of himself masturbating outdoors while wearing women's clothing with no underwear. He wrote on his profile that he "love[s] to go out in public crossdressed, play with my lady penis."
'Rosemary Times' uploaded photos and videos of him masturbating while wearing women's clothing
His Flickr, Instagram, TikTok and XVideos accounts have been deleted.
"Rosemary Times" frequently shared that he was excited to not wear underwear in public and suggested in one post that it makes him sexually aroused.
"Not wearing any [panties] made me feel very sexy, so I couldn't resist showing my hold-up stockings and a little bit more of me too," he wrote in one Flickr post where he exposes his privates while seated inside the Cafe Zest inside the House of Fraser department store. "Now sitting with my legs tightly crossed—quite essential after the way I was feeling in this great new dress and red Christmas undies!" he wrote in another post.
'Rosemary Times' suggests he tucks his genitals while cross-dressing because he is so sexually aroused
The images of "Rosemary Times" exposing himself in the shopping center caused an uproar on social media, with British women's rights activists saying they are evidence that gender self-identification are a danger to women's rights. The debate is particularly heated at the moment as the British government moves to block Scotland's gender self-identification law, which makes it easier for trans people and children to legally change their gender.
"Rosemary Times" was reached for comment but did not respond by time of publication. It is not clear if he identifies as a man who cross-dresses or a transgender woman. In some of his accounts, he says he is a transvestite but he also categorizes his photos as "T [trans] gurl" and "tranny."
Nottinghamshire Police have been reached for comment.
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