A Florida man exposed himself to jail time after allegedly flashing two women and stalking one of them.
Wilfredo Nazario, 31, was arrested Monday afternoon in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven in Kissimmee, Florida, and charged with indecent public exposure and stalking, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
One of the victims, a 29-year-old female, told Osceola County Sheriff's deputes that she was in her car at an intersection when a man later identified as Nazerio pulled up next to her in a white Toyota.
The man was allegedly pantsless and began touching himself inappropriately, according to AroundOsceola.com.
The victim said the suspect followed her all the way to a motel where she was staying and drove into the parking lot. She then asked motel staff to contact the authorities.
"I was walking really fast because I was scared. Like, this guy is going to kill me," the unidentified victim told ClickOrlando.com. "He targeted me because... I saw him doing that."
A second female called deputies after she spotted Nazario allegedly touching himself in his car in a 7-Eleven parking lot shortly after the first incident.
"Both victims were very scared, especially the first one," Osceola County Sheriff's spokeswoman Twis Lizasuain told WFTV.com.
Officers caught up with Nazerio a short time later, about three miles from the alleged flashing. He allegedly admitted to following the first victim, but denied exposing himself to anyone.
Cops arrested Nazerio after both victims identified him. They booked him in Osceola County Jail, where he was held on $4,000 bond.
He has since been released, according to jail records.