A Tennessee man who is accused of exposing himself to a woman followed up on his display by proposing marriage to his victim with a plastic ring.
Police in Murfreesboro, Tenn., arrested Sean Williamson, 25, on Oct. 24. Victim Elonda Nicole Jackson told police that Williamson forced his way into her car Oct. 21 and demanded a ride. She cooperated.
During the ride, the suspect allegedly exposed himself and told Jackson that they were going to have sex, the Tennessean reported.
He then pulled out a purple, plastic ring and proposed to her, according to the police report. She declined. It is unclear how Jackson managed to rid herself of the suspect. She later filed a report with police.
Although the two had only met the day before, Jackson told WGNS radio that the suspect had some pretty far-out theories about their relationship.
"He started saying I was his wife [and] that the two little girls I had belonged to him," she told WGNS radio. "He was, like, the baby I was carrying belonged to him."
Jackson also said that Williamson told he was going to take her to talk show host Jerry Springer.
"He had this obsession that we were together, but I didn't know him. I never met him a day in my life," she told the station.
During that first meeting, Williamson allegedly grabbed Jackson's face and tried to kiss her, according to the report.
He promised they'd meet again, DNJ.com reported.
Williamson has been charged with indecent exposure and assault, and is due in court on Nov. 19.READ THE INCIDENT REPORT: