A Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper found something unusual when he stopped a man for suspected DUI. When Curtis Scott Eidam, 35, of Oak Ridge, East Tennessee, was stopped on suspicion of drunken driving at a sobriety checkpoint, his wardrobe immediately grabbed attention, an official said.
He was wearing "some kind of red mesh see-through hose" with a ribbon tied in his goatee, said Investigator Bobby Joe Higgs of the Anderson County District Attorney General's office.
Capping Eidam's outfit: "He had on some kind of little skirt," Higgs said. "I believe the garment is known as a tutu."
Eidam made a disclosure once in custody, according to the arrest warrant filed by Tennessee Highway Patrol Sgt. Dennis Smith - he needed a key.
Eidam told officers he was wearing what he called a locked chastity belt, and it was "attached to his penis," the warrant states.
One key was on his key chain, the suspect said, and the other on a necklace around his passenger's neck.
That 44-year-old woman, described as "highly intoxicated" in the trooper's warrant, wasn't charged.
One of the two keys was retrieved by another officer and given to Anderson County jail personnel, according to court records.
Eidam is charged with DUI and possession of a handgun while under the influence. He is scheduled to appear in Anderson County General Sessions Court on July 12.