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Location: Manhattan
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against the tech limits of preventing airdrop porn harassment...


When Queens Councilman Donovan Richards read a recent story about a doorman in a Manhattan building who repeatedly sent pictures of his junk to female tenants as they walked by him, he was shocked by the outcome once he got caught.

Though the pervert ultimately lost his job, the victims couldn’t pursue any further justice.

“It’s not a crime right now to send someone intimate images or lewd images,” said Jordan Gibbons, Richards’ spokesperson...During the hearing, Richards made a clear case that as it stands police have no tool to go after genitalia airdroppers...

Now, I heard everything...you can't make this stuff up but...
Question: Then how did Anthony Weiner end up in prison? Was it because he sent the photos to a minor?
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