DETROIT, April 16 (UPI) -- A Detroit-area cross-dresser was arrested for allegedly driving his car into a lingerie store because they did not give him a job, police said.
Jeremy Paul McIntosh, 27, faces charges of commission of a felony with a motor vehicle, malicious destruction of property over $1,000 and reckless driving after being arrested Saturday in Commerce Township, the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.
McIntosh, who was arrested while wearing blue women's pants, red sandals, a flower-print top and matching bra, could be put behind bars if convicted. McIntosh reportedly told police he wanted to be in prison because he wouldn't have to live in his car anymore.
McIntosh is accused of driving his Geo Tracker into the wall of Intimate Ideas lingerie store seven times after telling a 20-year-old female employee he was upset he didn't get a job there. No injuries were reported.