Friday, November 04, 2016

Man accused of driving around while naked had electronic device with wires attached to genitals

A motorist accused of flashing his private parts to a pedestrian in Boynton Beach, Florida, had an electronic device with wires on his genitals, and drove naked in a neighbourhood full of children, police said.

It all began when police took a call from a pedestrian who said a man in a white 4-door Toyota drove up to him and asked him to look at his groin area. The witness told police the driver was naked and had some sort of electronic device with wires attached to his genitals.

The witness took a photo and shared it with police. The witness also said the suspect made sexual remarks to him, which he turned down. The suspect, identified as 56-year-old Kurt Allen Jenkins, made several passes through the neighbourhood, according to the witness. Jenkins reportedly slowed down as children walked by.

The witness said children looked in the suspect's direction but did not approach his car. Police stopped the car. Jenkins got out wearing only a pair of red shorts, according to the report. Police say he refused to get on the ground, so an officer took him down. Jenkins is facing charges of lewd and lascivious exhibition, indecent exposure of sexual organs, and resisting a law enforcement officer.

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