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Police arrest man, 67, filming up woman’s skirt in Manhattan subway station

Upskirting crimes increase when the weather gets warmer, according to officials. (Manhattan District Attorney office)

Upskirting crimes increase when the weather gets warmer, according to officials. (Manhattan District Attorney office)

CHELSEA, Manhattan — Police charged a Long Island man with unlawful surveillance after they caught him filming under a woman’s skirt at an L-train station.

An officer spotted David Horn, 67, filming with his cellphone on Wednesday afternoon at the 14th Street and 8th Avenue L-train station, officials said.

He was allegedly filming while the woman walked up a set of stairs, police said. The officer found 15 additional upskirt videos on Horn’s phone.

Horn admitted to the officer that he had spent the last few days filming videos up women’s skirts, according to the criminal complaint. He was arraigned Thursday and released on his own recognizance.

He is next scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 14.