TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - A Tallahassee man is facing additional charges after being accused of touching himself in public multiple times at a gas station.
Antwan Jenkins was charged on Thursday with indecent exposure.
According to a probable cause affidavit, officers were called to the Marathon/BP gas station at 2315 Capital Circle NE about a man who was seen touching himself at the store.
When they arrived, an employee told them that they saw Jenkins at a table a few days back. Employees also told investigators that he comes into the store regularly.
The employee said that she was cleaning the restrooms when she saw Jenkins sitting at the tables outside the restroom. When she came out again, he was touching himself, according to her sworn statement.
The employee says that when she confronted the man, he told her he was "upset with the government." The document says the employee then saw Jenkins "clean up," and believed he left the store.
However, when she finished cleaning the women's restroom, she saw Jenkins doing the same thing, this time with his pants down. Eventually, Jenkins ran away from the store.
A few weeks later, Jenkins showed back up at the gas station, prompting the manager to contact police.
The report says that surveillance video also captured the man, later identified as Antwan Jenkins, touching his genitals.
According the document, the employee was able to identify Jenkins out of a line up as the man who was exposing himself at the gas station.
Jenkins has been arrested for indecent exposure two other times in the past.