TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - A Tallahassee man is being charged with indecent exposure after urinating on another man's truck, tools, and foot.
Corey Jones, 47, was taken into custody by the Leon County Sheriff's Office on Friday.
On March 23, the Tallahassee Police Police Department was called to Natural Life on West Pensacola Street in response to a disturbance.
When officers arrived they made contact with the victim who walked officers to the passenger side of his truck and showed them several wet lines around the truck, the tools he and his employees were using, and on the sidewalk.
While talking with officers, the victim said that while he and his employee were working, Jones approached them and asked to use the restroom.
According to the police report, after being told that there was no restroom in the store, Jones began to urinate on the victim's truck, tools, and his foot.
The victim told Jones to stop but didn't until he was finished urinating.
The victim told Jones to stop so he could call law enforcement, but Jones just pushed him out of the way.
After Jones pushed the victim out of the way, the victim was able to take pictures of the vehicle that Jones and his friend arrived in.
After running the tags, officers were able to find out the car belonged to Jones' friend.
Officers were able to speak with Jones' friend over the phone and after officers introduced themselves, he said, "This must be about the stuff near that liquor store."
When officers asked who he was with, he said he was with Jones.
He admitted to being at Natural Life and Jones being in a confrontation with the victim.
He told officers that he left the area because he and his car were being videotaped.
When officers spoke with Jones, they say his words were slurred and he sounded intoxicated.
Jones told officers that he went over to Natural Life to try to use the bathroom. He said, "They wouldn't let me use the bathroom, so I just peed on the fence."
The police report states, after talking about peeing on the fence, Jones began to ramble incoherently and gave the phone back to his friend.
Based on the evidence, Jones is being charged with battery touch or strike and indecent exposure.