An NYPD officer is facing charges for allegedly flashing two children in the Bronx, the police department announced Tuesday.
Officials said Adam Fridson, 43, an officer in the Bronx Housing Bureau, walked up to two young sisters and exposed himself last Wednesday afternoon in the Throgs Neck section.
Fellow police officers recognized him in the surveillance video and arrested him Tuesday around 8:45 a.m., officials said.
Fridson has been charged with public lewdness and endangering the welfare of a child.
His lawyer was not interested in talking after the hearing.
"You're wasting your time," lawyer Richard Murray said as he left the hearing. "I have really nothing to say. I don't know anything."
This is not the first time Fridson has faced accusations like these.
Sources said he was also accused of exposing himself to another young girl several years ago, but he was found not guilty in a departmental trial.
The district attorney is investigating that claim as well.
He was given $5,000 bail and is expected back in court later this week.