Man Without Pants Arrested After Walking Into Tulsa Courthouse
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa man was arrested for walking into the Tulsa County Courthouse wearing only a shirt, black leather harness and shoes, according to an arrest report.
Brian Edward Johnson was booked into jail Monday, January 7 on a complaint of indecent exposure.
Tulsa County Sheriff's Office Deputy John Hill said he was on duty at the courthouse when Johnson walked in the north doors around 10 a.m.
"Johnson was wearing a blue t-shirt, black leather harness without pants or underwear, and black shoes," the deputy said.
"Johnson intentionally exposed his genitals to multiple people visiting the courthouse."
The 55-year-old man told investigators he was dared to go nude to the courthouse and had "gotten naked" in his car outside. Security video showed Johnson "exiting his vehicle nude from the waist down making furtive glances as he approached the Courthouse entrance," the report states.
Johnson left the Tulsa County jail Tuesday evening after posting a $2,000 bond. Jail records show his due back for a court appearance on Monday, January 14th.