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This young woman was handing out leaflets of some kind outside the entrance to the 72nd St. subway station, on the north side of Broadway & 72nd St.
It's common to see people handing out leaflets, asking people to sign petitions for political candidates, and soliciting contributions for various worthy causes. But they're not usually dressed in this kind of outfit, and they tend to look a lot more serious and concerned.
At first, I thought she was handing out flyers advertising a local bar, a strip club, or perhaps an off-Broadway musical of some kind. But if you look closely at the small part of the flyer that's visible, it seems to be the same "parking" advertisement being handed out by the young man a block away -- on the corner of 73rd and Broadway...
Two days later, this sweet (naughty chick) young thing was replaced by a clean-cut young man, standing in approximately the same position, handling out the same damn flyer. See http://tinyurl.com/6e2owk for details...