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An AlliedBarton security guard exposed himself to a female student after escorting her home last night, Division of Public Safety officials said today.

The guard escorted the student from 38th and Sansom streets to her house on the 300 block of S. 41st St. at about 9:00 p.m. last night. When they arrived at her door, he said something to get the student's attention, and when she turned around, he had exposed himself.

The security guard was arrested shortly after the incident was reported, and he has been permanently removed from campus, Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush said.

The guard's name has not been released because the victim has chosen not to press charges, Philadelphia Police officials said.

An e-mail that circulated through several Penn listservs last night suggested that the man may have been an imposter wearing a stolen AlliedBarton uniform. Both Rush and AlliedBarton officials deny such claims. They said that no AlliedBarton uniforms have been stolen or misplaced.

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