Urologist Adam Levinson was arrested Tuesday after a subway rider spotted him with a pen camera on the No. 4 train at East 59th Street looking up a woman’s skirt during rush hour.
Authorities said the straphanger followed the 39-year-old doctor off the train at the Unions Square station, where he witnessed him doing the same thing to a second woman on the “L” platform.
The witnessed flagged down a transit police officer and reported the incident. When the officer stopped Levinson he found “numerous clips” on the camera of women’s underskirts.
Dr. Levinson, who received a Patients’ Choice Award in 2010 and 2011, was arrested and charged with unlawful surveillance and harassment.
He was freed on $5,000 bail.
Since his arrest, the Pennsylvania native, who graduated top of his class at New York Medical College, was suspended from Mount Sinai Hospital, where he taught robotic surgery.