From Fodor's New York City, 1985

Posted by Fodor's Editors on March 17, 2011 at 12:02:45 PM EDT | Post a Comment

"New Yorkers . . . are ever wary of the jostler, the pickpocket, the hustler, the hit-and-run thief, the modern-day equivalent of the conman out to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge. The sophisticated traveler, of course, is ever ready for some version of the hustle—and not just on the disco dance floor. So do be careful."

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