Frank and Cathy Anderson were flashed by a pervert downtown, pegged as marks by a subway hustler in midtown and treated to culinary delights uptown. “It’s like the city has a pulse,” said Cathy Anderson, a Kentucky delegate to the Republican convention in New York City. “What an amazing place!” On day two of their New York adventure, the first-time visitors to the city discovered they were a long, long way from Owensboro (population 54,000).
Their day began yesterday with a horrifying encounter at South Ferry, when a man dropped his pants in the subway. “I wouldn’t mind being flashed if he was good-looking,” Cathy Anderson said with a laugh. “But this guy was disgusting.”