FRAMINGHAM (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - Police at Framingham State University are warning students about a man who has been approaching females on campus and asking them to kiss him.
The man has approached several females around the area of Adams Road and State Street, according to the campus police Facebook page.
The man told the females he was participating in a scavenger hunt and that he needed them to kiss him and sign a piece of paper in order for him to receive points, the Facebook post says.
The man is believed to be 30 to 35 years old and is described as Caucasian with a shaved or possibly bald head. He was wearing a gray peacoat and driving a gray car.
Campus police say that although the man did not commit a crime, his actions are unusual, so they want to speak with him. Anyone with information is urged to call campus police at 508-626-4911.
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