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Man Accused Of Exposing Himself At Maternity Clothing Store In OKC

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On December 27, Oklahoma City Police arrested a man suspected of wearing a bra and crotch-less underwear at a northwest Oklahoma City clothing store for pregnant women.

The clerk at Modern Maternity in Penn Square Mall told police 48-year-old Jeff Watson of Norman had shopped at the store before. She said she believed he bought clothes at the maternity store because he had a big belly.

The clerk said while Watson was browsing for clothes, he asked her for her phone number and to go out to lunch.  The clerk refused.

The clerk said Watson bought some items then took his purchases back to a dressing room then called her over to help him. The clerk said when she went to the dressing room, Watson was wearing only a bra and electric blue crotch-less panties. She said Watson kept asking her to look at him. She refused and told Watson to leave.

After Watson left, the clerk called her district manager, who told her to call the police and file a report. Watson was arrested on a complaint of indecent exposure.

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