SMETHWICK, England, Aug. 10 (UPI) -- British police said they don't get many female flashers but they have the photos to prove just such an incident occurred at a West Midlands supermarket.
The woman who allegedly exposed herself to a car full of children recently also had her picture taken by the kids' mom before she fled, the BBC reported.
"This is a very serious crime and we would appeal to anyone who may know this woman to call us," Police Sgt.. James Proffitt said. "Why she did this still remains unclear and this is now an opportunity for her to contact us and explain."
The incident appeared to have its roots in a minor parking lot tiff in Smethwick between the woman and the 33-year-old mother. Words were exchanged and the alleged flasher unzipped her jacket to reveal she was wearing nothing else, the report said.
The flasher then took off but not before the victim snapped two photos of her, which were turned over to police.
Proffitt said the mom and her kids – ages 13, 12, 10 and 4 – were "shocked" and the incident was being treated as a sexual assault.