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The title, dear reader, is a bit deceptive, but it doesn’t allude in this case to the three 7’s flashing across three windows on a single pull down a slot machine. As one can see in this cautionary tale about upskirting, Lindsey (a beautiful and curvy young woman with an edgy sense of fashion), and a young female plainclothes detective with the MET police catch a lecherous aging man in the act and off guard with a confrontation, causing our startled offender to drop his cell phone

Inspired by the month, day, and year with the number 7: July 7, 2017
For my “Night Travels” series

Prismacolor Premier Verithin, Crayola, Derwent, Faber-Castell, and Progresso colored pencils; two Expo red and black permanent markers, two #2 pencils, a Derwent grade HB soft graphite pencil, a Paper-Mate ballpoint pen, a Super Sharpie permanent marker, a Crayola pink Supertips marker (for Lindsey’s nails)
6″ x 8