The creepy straphanger uses a camera hidden in a Starbucks coffee cup to shoot video and still pics of unsuspecting and even sleeping women as they ride the rails.
He calls himself John Zippy and posts his shots on a YouTube channel, “New York Subway Girls.” He’s uploaded 35 videos since Feb. 24, and a blog of the same name exposes 102 female commuters.
He boasts online of always getting away with it because his targets “usually don’t know what to do because they aren’t sure if they are just being paranoid.”
In a June 8 post titled “Glamor Girl Short Skirt Bare Legs,” Peeping John aims his device up a pretty blonde’s skirt as she flips through a magazine.
Another shows a young brunette in a sundress as she crosses her legs.
A Feb. 26 image called “Sexy Asian Girls” shows two friends sitting close together, prompting a post from a fan complaining that the footage is too brief.
The train troll’s response: “I will try to make the subway videos longer, however I am not dealing with a cooperative audience.”
Female riders said that getting secretly filmed on the subway was a worry.
“There’s not much you can do about it, unfortunately,” said Lizzie Griesedieck, 22, an art-business student from the East Village, as she waited for an uptown C train. “But it’s pretty gross.”
After a Post inquiry Thursday, YouTube pulled the plug on Zippy.