According to a witness at the Barnes and Noble in Millbury today, a man was caught exposing himself inside a children’s book in the kid’s section. A man allegedly saw this happen and began to scream about it, alerted the manager, called the cops, and the alleged deviant was taken away by Millbury Police for questioning. Here’s video of the aftermath with the man who allegedly saw this standing next to the man he was accusing.
Accuser: I stood behind him for a good minute and a half. I saw him with his hand on his stuff, with a book covering it.
Accuser: “What were you doing there?”
Accusee: “Just reading a book.”
Accuser: “Why you in the children’s section reading a book? Are you here with a kid?”
Police sources are reporting to Turtleboy that there was no arrest, but there is an active investigation. The witness claims that he was being dishonest about his address while being questioned by police in the store. I wasn’t there and I didn’t see it happen, but generally I believe that people who explain why they were in the children’s book section by saying “I was just reading a book,” are up to something nefarious. They should also invest more time into their story if they went there with the intention of self indulging all over Hop on Pop. “Picking out a book for my son/daughter” seems like a far more believable reason for being in the children’s section, but that’s just me.
This is a pretty serious allegation, and if it’s true the man should be exposed (the good kind of exposed). If anyone in that video wants to speak about what happened feel free to contact me at email@example.com, or message Clarence Woods Emerson (me) on Facebook.
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