A man was detained for lying next to an inflatable, anatomically correct doll with his pants down in an office building restroom.
Craig S. McCullough, 47, was charged Wednesday with indecent exposure, a misdemeanor.
The criminal complaint against McCullough says he was discovered in the public restroom by an agent for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, one of the federal agencies that rents space in the office building.
McCullough's arraignment was scheduled later Friday, police spokeswoman Cristy Hamblin said. It was not clear if he had an attorney.
Another agency has an outstanding warrant against McCullough, but the reason for that warrant was not immediately clear, Hamblin said.
McCullough's criminal record includes a 2004 conviction for burglarizing Just For Me bridal boutique. Shortly after the burglary, police officers found McCullough in a nearby alley, carrying a mannequin wearing a bridal dress.
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