The problem with exhibitionists is that while they're exposing themselves to get their rocks off, they're most likely shocking and offending innocent bystanders who happen to witness their displays and have no interest in seeing their bathing suit areas.
Take 44-year-old Rodney Kunkel of Toledo, for example. The Sandusky Register reports that Kunkel's idea of kinky fun was to take photos of himself wearing women's clothing with his junk hanging out and leave those photos at Wal-Mart. That's how he got his jollies.
Naturally, what made him happy just made others nauseous.
Police say store employees found up to 12 pics of Kunke's semi-nude body strewn around different departments at the store. They turned over the photos and surveillance tape showing Kunkel as well as his vehicle. When his car showed up again yesterday, they called the cops, who snatched him just as he was trying to leave the parking lot.
More photos were found in the store and Kunkel admitted during questioning that he left pics behind "showing him from the shoulders down in a pink lingerie top and black fishnet stockings, with his genitals exposed."
Fremont police detective Dean Bliss was asked about the photographs and added this delightful detail: "I think he has black high heels on," he told the Sandusky Regsiter.
Kunkel, who has been in trouble before for public indecency (shocker), was charged with two counts of pandering obscenity.
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