Seattle man charged for allegedly 'humping' window of sandwich shop

He remains jailed on felony indecent exposure charges for allegedly pressing his genitals against the shop window.
By Evan Bleier   |   Dec. 26, 2013 at 12:31 PM   |   Comments

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Dec. 26 (UPI) -- It’s scary to think what might have happened if he had walked by a store selling apple pies…

A Seattle, Wash., man remains jailed on $35,000 bail on felony indecent exposure charges resulting from an alleged incident on Oct. 24 when he began “humping" the window of a West Seattle sandwich shop

King County prosecutors alleged that 36-year-old Lydell Coleman approached the window of the Sub Shop at Westwood Village Shopping Center, dropped his pants and then pushed his private parts against the panes as store employees watched in disbelief.

"At the glass window, Coleman was observed making sexual motions on the glass window that were described as 'humping' and rubbing his genitals against the window," wrote a Seattle detective in the charging papers.

According to the two women who witnessed the incident, which happened shortly after the shop closed at 9:30 p.m., Coleman ran away after security responded to the store.

Coleman was identified by the women and a check of his records revealed that that he has one prior conviction for indecent exposure.


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