Bus Stop Lewd Actor Busted for Flashing

Bus Stop Lewd Actor Busted for Flashing

Ventura – As if traveling on public mass transit systems in Southern California wasn’t arduous enough, the events transpiring in broad daylight at a Metropolitan Transit District bus stop at noon on August 2nd were enough to drive the price of Uber stock even higher.

According to Ventura Police Department’s Watch Commander report to the media, it was on a bus stop bench on the 200 block of North Ventura Avenue, in front of the city’s J.C.Penney store, that 19-year-old Ventura resident Tyler White approached a female “and asked her what time it was.” According to the victim’s statement to police, White then sat on the bench beside her.

As traffic cruised past the bus stop, several minutes later “White stood back up, at which time he had his pants down and was intentionally exposing himself.” One can only image the shock of the woman, who quickly made a decision to not only take another mode of transportation and immediately walk away from White, but to promptly call the police to report what had just happened.

Officers responding to the scene found White loitering in proximity to the bus stop, whereupon they initiated contact with him. With the assistance of the uniformed police, the victim was brought back to the scene, where she did not hesitate to identify White as the instigator of the crime. White was then taken into custody and finally provided with a bus ride of his own…to Ventura County Jail, where he was booked on charges of indecent exposure.

Due to the proliferation of such incidents in the downtown Ventura area in recent weeks, members of the public who may have any information about any prior similar activities of White are urged to call the Ventura Police Department at 805-339-4441.

Photo: Courtesy Ventura County Jail Booking

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