Man Flashes Amish Buggy Full of People

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Just because theyre Amish doesnt mean they want to see your penis.
  • Just because they're Amish doesn't mean they want to see your penis.

People continue to shock and amaze us here at Scene & Heard.

Take the case of Jason Morrison, a 33-year-old from Wayne County who found himself upset with (?), turned on by (?) an Amish buggy recently and did what exactly no other people would do in such a situation: he showed them his trouser pony.

The Medina County Gazette reports:

Jason E. Morrison, 33, is fac­ing two counts of public inde­cency and one count of men­acing, fourth­-degree misde­meanors, Wadsworth Municipal Court records show. He was arrested Monday at his West Salem home, according to a Medina County Sheriff’s Office report.

Morrison allegedly drove next to Amish buggies in Octo­ber and exposed himself numerous times. He also is accused of getting out of the car and exposing himself while making obscene gestures toward buggy occupants, according to the report.

Maybe he read Scene's famous "Amish Girls Gone Wild" story and got the wrong idea.

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