New YOrk man posts porn in windows to bother immigrant neighbors

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Jim Dolan reports from Queens Village. (WABC)

In a city that prides itself on being one big melting pot, comes a story that proves maybe not everyone is on board.

A nasty neighbor is plastering pornographic pictures in his front windows so the family next door can see.

An immigrant family in Queens Village.

The photographs can be seen clearly from the public sidewalk. They are so vile, so intentionally pornographic, that just about anyone would be offended by their public display, especially, the father of the 4-year-old boy who lives right next door.

"My son! He's four! My nephews are 7 and 9 and they come over and they see this. This is ridiculous it has to stop," said Sanjeev Aggurawal, a neighbor.

Sanjeev Aggurawal and his family are the neighbors the pictures appear to be aimed at offending the most.

"He's upset because some Indian guy moved in next door. That's the basic thing," Sanjeev Aggurawal said.

"My name is Jim Dolan; I'm a reporter with Channel 7, why do you have them up there?" Eyewitness News reporter Jim Dolan asked.

"Jimmy" is the name his neighbors use for the person who admitted to Eyewitness News he put the pictures up.

"I'm drying them out, they got damp last night," Jimmy said.

"They've been up for some time," Dolan said.

"Excuse me," Jimmy said.

"You do that to offend your neighbors, is that the gist of it? Is that what you do sir? They have children next door," Dolan said.

"Get off my porch," Jimmy said.

"When I come outside, I'm afraid of him," said Ranchan Aggurawal, a neighbor.

Neighbors have called police, but it hasn't deterred Jimmy from putting the pictures up.

The Aggurawals put up a sheet on their porch so that Piyush, their 4-year-old son, doesn't look over and see the pictures, but that doesn't help others.

"Especially because there's a high school in the area, you wouldn't want to see these kinds of things happening. Kids, teenagers, everything," said Syl, a neighbor.

"That's my artwork," Jimmy said.

Jimmy took down the photos so our cameras wouldn't see what he was exposing neighborhood children to.

But Jimmy has taken them down before; he almost always puts them back up as soon as the police drive away. What neighbors want is for the pictures to come down permanently so they can walk their children freely in the neighborhood.
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