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Accused Langara, SkyTrain flasher now faces UBC washroom charge

A man facing a series of indecent exposure charges across Metro Vancouver now also faces a seventh charge related to a UBC bathroom incident.
Vancouver police have released two images of a man they suspect of multiple flashing incidents reported this spring at Langara College.

The man charged in connection with a series of flashing incidents at Langara College is now facing a similar charge related to a UBC incident.

Christopher Kumar Ram, 35, faces seven charges of committing an indecent act in a public place.

The list now includes allegations that he exposed himself in a UBC washroom on April 21.

He also faces similar charges related to incidents on SkyTrain in Richmond, New Westminster and Surrey.

Vancouver Police Department said May 3 that Ram was facing one charge for an indecent act on March 27 at Langara.

Ram appeared in Vancouver Provincial Court on May 17 to face the seven charges but was put over to May 19.

It is alleged Ram masturbated in a Surrey gym on Feb. 12, 2019.

Also in connection with a Surrey incident, Ram is charged with masturbating on a SkyTrain on Oct. 19, 2021.

Also on SkyTrain, it is alleged Ram masturbated in public on April 18.

There is a further allegation that Ram masturbated in public on a SkyTrain in New Westminster on April 26.

In April, police sought the public's help to find a suspect in three flashing incidents at Langara, noting the same man was suspected in the incidents on March 20, March 27 and April 19.

He has also been charged with a breach of a release order by attending a Vancouver fitness facility on Dec. 13, 2019.

Police released an image of their suspect in the public appeal for assistance.

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