The women quickly turned and ran the opposite direction, and the man was gone when they turned to look if he was following them, police said.
The flasher was described as 6 feet 1, bald with no facial hair and between 40 and 50 years old. His body type was between medium and stocky, and he was wearing a white button-down shirt with a dark tie.
Burbank Police Department officials say this is not a serial flasher, and there are no connections known to previous cases of indecent exposure.
"It is a crime of opportunity," Lt. John Dilibert said. "It can happen walking down the street and come from curbside or behind you."
The last reported indecent exposure incidents in Burbank occurred on Oct. 14 when a man hiding in nearby bushes exposed his genitals to a passing woman.
On Sept. 25 and 27, another man exposed himself to women walking past his vehicle.
If faced with a similar situation, police officials recommend getting an accurate description of the person exposing themselves and a license plate if they are in a vehicle.
"Some people don't even bother reporting these incidents," Dilibert said.