Pa. man accused of exposing himself at wedding
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A Pennsylvania man has been arrested and accused of exposing himself to a wedding party at a Charleston hotel.
Charleston police have charged 20-year-old Samuel James Dengel of Chalfont with indecent exposure.
The mother of the bride told officers Saturday night she saw a naked man in a window at a hotel room overlooking the courtyard where the wedding party had gathered.
Members of the wedding party told investigators they had seen Dengel at the window fully clothed and waving before he came back naked.
Officers said when they went to Dengel’s hotel room, he answered the door wearing only a towel. Officers saw a large tattoo which the wedding party had seen on the suspect.
It was not clear if Dengel has an attorney.
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