Although most folks go to the store to shop, this gent had something else in mind. He apparently also isn’t aware of this “new” tool stores use called “security videos.” As reported by clickorlando.com (wkmg):
From the start of the security video, it is obvious the man on the video does not want to get caught doing something very wrong. He is seen looking around, lowering his hand and then hiding behind a rack of clothes.
A woman walks past, unaware of what he was doing. Then, he steps into view of the camera, and it becomes obvious what was going on.
Police arrested Dwight Eddington for indecent exposure after the store security guard told authorities the suspect “appeared to have been following a customer inside the store” while touching himself.
Other shoppers wondered if anyone noticed what he was up to, but said the act is “pretty disgusting.”
Hey, these are just allegations, and, er, videos. Surely there could be an innocent explanation.
Eddington had nothing to say to Local 6 when we found him at home, but to police, he denied touching himself and said he “had an itch and had to expose himself in order to scratch.”
Alrighty then. And that’s not the only legal matter Mr. Eddington is dealing with.
Police arrested Eddington in October for allegedly strangling someone in a domestic violence case.
Here’s the source, including a video of the story.