Arkansas man arrested on harassment charges for allegedly asking bank teller to spank him

Drake Parks was charged with harassing communications after allegedly making inappropriate comments to a female bank teller.
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   March 24, 2014 at 3:31 PM

An Arkansas man was arrested and charged with harassing communications after he allegedly called a female bank teller and asked her to spank him.

After Drake Parks, 50, went into a Van Buren bank, he allegedly left and placed an inappropriate call to a young woman who had been working while he completed his transaction.

According to the victim, a man who identified himself as "Drake Park's father" told her that Drake had informed him she “was being a [expletive] that day” and that he would give her $50 if she would "punish" Drake for calling her such a bad name.

Parks then allegedly got on the phone himself and said he wanted her to "spank him." The victim hung up and called the police after he started to give her an address.

Police arrested Parks and booked him into the Crawford County Detention Center.


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