OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City police arrested a man wearing high heels and carrying a purse in a park on complaints of disorderly conduct.
According to police, 44-year-old Allen Galbreath was found near Goodholm Park, 2701 N. Robinson, after they were called by concerned citizens near the park. Galbreath was found wearing high heels and carrying a large wood stick. An officer approached Galbreath and asked what he was doing in the park and he said he was doing his morning exercises and giving candy to the kids when they answered his questions correctly.
Police said Galbreath had a red purse with a black Crossman air pistol inside of it. When asked why he was carrying an air pistol, Galbreath said he was a homosexual, cross-dressing black, male in his 40s and needed it for his own protection.
Galbreath was arrested on a complaint of disorderly conduct after shouting things about racism and accusing the officer of discrimination against him because of his "gender confusion."