A year-old man in Times Square got more than a dressing down when a nude performer accused him of snapping her photo while she was on a meal break — she doused him with coffee and punched him in the eye, police sources said. The painted naked lady ran off after the Saturday attack, but another nude performer, or desnuda, Tarrah Merill, 18, was charged with felony assault against a person 65 or older because she jumped into the fray and attacked the victim, sources said. Victim Daniel Rodriguez, 70, said he wasn't even taking the woman's picture before the p. The retired plumber declined to show the Daily News the images, but said "I was with my girlfriend. I was taking videos of sightseers and the colorful costumed characters. She thought I was taking video of her. Rodriguez said police let that woman get away. Police said they know who she is and expect to arrest her.
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Three women who pose painted and topless for tips in Times Square say that ten undercover police officers collected and removed their clothing, purses, cellphones and wallets from the pedestrian plaza at 42nd Street last Wednesday night, while they were using the bathroom at a nearby parking garage. The women had to walk nine blocks in their paint and robes to the Midtown South precinct in order to retrieve their possessions. There, before returning any items, detectives questioned them each separately in an interrogation room. None of the women had been formally arrested. The clothing sweep and subsequent questioning coincided with the arrest of their assistant Chris Olivieri, 25, on an outstanding trespassing warrant from March. According to the women, Olivieri spends afternoons on the plaza holding their tips the women say they keep the "majority" of them , running for snacks and tampons, guarding their clothing, and painting their breasts, backs, and legs. The next day, soon after Olivieri appeared before a criminal judge, Mayor de Blasio detailed his plan to regulate topless painted women and costumed characters who pose for pictures and tips in Time Square's pedestrian plazas. Neither panhandling nor being topless is illegal under New York state law. However, the Daily News, the mayor, and Governor Cuomo have recently tried to imply that male "managers" " pimps, " if you read the tabloids force the women, so-called "desnudas," to work. On Saturday afternoon—the women's first day back on the pedestrian plaza after Olivieri's arrest— a handful of state police passed through , with three representatives from the Department of Labor who asked the women if they felt that their working conditions were "safe.
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By Melkorka Licea. August 5, pm Updated August 6, pm. The polite desnudas say their attempts to tame their ill-tempered rivals have been met with bullying and intimidation. And the conflict has heated up this summer, they say. Nicole and two other desgoodas broke off to form their own group, leaving the seven remaining desrudas seething. The two groups have been butting heads — and butts — ever since.
By Amanda Woods. September 21, pm Updated September 21, pm. The year-old victim was walking in the heart of the tourist hub — on Broadway near West 44th Street — around p. So the pair brought the victim to a Chase bank, where he withdrew the wad of cash, authorities said. Mother and son discussed what had happened, before they went to the Midtown South precinct to report it to cops. Read Next.