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Unusual Deposit at a Murfreesboro ATM View Count: 20
Lonnie Hutton A 49-year-old Tennessee man, according to the Huffington Post, was arrested after making an unusual deposit at a Murfreesboro ATM. It has been reported that he was arrested in Tennessee on public intoxication charges after he allegedly tried to have sex with an ATM and a picnic table.
WKRN reported that police said that Lonnie Hutton walked into the Boro Bar and Grill, he pulled down his pants and exposed his genitalia, and then Lonnie Hutton tried to have sex with an automated banking machine. According to WGNS Radio, the officers arriving on the scene said that they saw him walking around the bar nude and thrusting his hips in the air. “Mr. Hutton entered the bar and walked to the ATM,” said Officer Michael Rickard, according to USA Today. “Once at the ATM, Mr. Hutton pulled down his pants and underwear exposing his genitals, Mr. Hutton then attempted to have sexual intercourse with the ATM.” Bar staff then escorted Hutton outside, according to Michael Rickard.
That is when he “exposed himself again and engaged in sexual intercourse with the wooden picnic table,” the police report said, according to ABC News. Officers ordered him to sit on a wooden picnic table, but he “exposed himself again and engaged in sexual intercourse with the wooden picnic table,” the report stated, according to the International Business Times.
According to the Huffington Post, Lonnie Hutton was charged with public intoxication and taken to the Rutherford County jail on $250 bond. He is due in court on July 1 for his unorthodox transaction with a cash machine.
Image credit: www.nypost.comUnusual Deposit at a Murfreesboro ATM by Jaan
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