10/14/2014 10:54 am ET

The Creepiest Man In New York: A Gross Portrait Of A Subway Molester

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Yesterday, the New York Post interviewed Brian Robinson, 48, who bragged about dating 500 women after picking them up on the subway. Explains Robinson: “My late Uncle Minor was a big womanizer — maybe that was part of my gift,” he said. “He got kicked out of nursing homes for pinching the nurses’ bottoms.’

I’m honestly not sure what’s queasier, Robinson’s pointers re: how to pick up women on the subway– “No matter what place she says, say, ‘Wow, I’ve always wanted to visit your country/city, etc. . . . do you have ­e-mail?”—or the Post’s writer, Gary Buiso’s insistence on humorizing the story by deeming Robinson’s creepy pick-up handbook with euphemisms like “railway Romeo” and “subterranean seducer.”

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