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Florida Police Arrest Naked Man With Wires Attached To Genitals

He allegedly invited a witness to get into his car.
Kurt Jenkins 56 was arrested Oct 31 after police allegedly saw him driving naked through a Florida neighborhood with electric
Kurt Jenkins 56 was arrested Oct 31 after police allegedly saw him driving naked through a Florida neighborhood with electrical wires protruding from his penis.

Police in Boynton Beach, Florida, arrested a man Halloween who was allegedly driving his car completely naked.

Well, naked except for the electrical wires protruding from his penis, according to WPBF.

A witness called police Monday night after he saw the allegedly naked man driving a Toyota slowly through a neighborhood. The suspect, later identified as 56-year-old Kurt Jenkins, allegedly drove by the witness and gestured at his own groin area.

That witness told police he saw an electronic device with wires attached to Jenkins’ penis, according to Local 10 News. 

Jenkins allegedly asked the man to get in the car. The man declined, but took a photo of Jenkins all wired up.

The witness also said he saw Jenkins driving through the neighborhood several times, reportedly slowing as children walked by, according to CBS12.

Police said when they stopped Jenkins’ car, he exited wearing only a pair of red shorts, according to the Palm Beach Post.

Jenkins refused to get on the ground, so one officer took him down by grabbing his wrist and utilizing what was described in the police report as a “straight arm bar takedown.” He suffered facial injuries as a result.

Officers brought the victim to the scene and positively ID’d Jenkins as the person who exposed himself. He also showed the photo he took of Jenkins completely naked except for the electronic device attached to his penis.

The exact details of the electronic device allegedly on Jenkins’ junk were not included in the police report.

Jenkins was booked on charges of lewd and lascivious exhibition, indecent exposure of sexual organs, and resisting a law enforcement officer.

Jail records show Jenkins is currently in Palm Beach County Jail on $6,000 bond. 

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