CAMBRIDGE, MA. - APRIL 20: A participant in the U.S. Women's Olympic Marathon Trials run along the Charles River April 20, 2008 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

“I’m 6 foot 1 inches (tall), pretty fit, not a very good victim to go after.”

According to Boston 25 News, “This 35-year-old single mother of two not only refused to be a victim after she says a man exposed himself twice but also turned the tables on him right then and there. He was like, ‘It was unintentional’ and he was running away, I told him, ‘I’m going to get you. You don’t lose your pants twice trying to get a girl running. With how I grew up, with just don’t walk by, we don’t just ignore it.  I’m a mom. I have two little kids, a son and a daughter. I show (by) example and I want to show them the example of the person I want them to grow up to be.”

“The man indecently exposed himself to her, and she is seen in the video turning and running after him to confront him, according to Massachusetts State Police. Police say she tried to physically detain him until she could call the police, but he ran off down Amesbury Street. She held the man down for several minutes, screaming for someone to call 911. She says what the video doesn’t show is at least four people passing by without helping.”

You can see her interview with Boston 25 News here.

I hope they catch this guy!  I think it sucks that no one stopped to help her.