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If you see any naked people in public, contact your local Garda station

The advice comes after an alleged flasher was spotted in Dublin.

This image of a naked man was taken at the National War Memorial Gardens on Monday evening.
This image of a naked man was taken at the National War Memorial Gardens on Monday evening.
Image: Facebook/Danielle Doran

Updated 11pm

GARDAÍ have warned members of the public to “immediately report” any incidents of flashing after a number of people on social media reported seeing a naked man wandering in Dublin at the weekend.

Sightings of the alleged flasher were reported in the Rialto area, the National War Memorial Gardens and the Phoenix Park.

A spokesman from the Garda Press Office said they were unaware of any specific incidents that may have occurred.

However, he urged anyone who sees a flasher to contact their local Garda station straight away.

“Any reports will be thoroughly investigated,” he added.

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