Police arrest man for allegedly masturbating in Tulsa WalMart

Police arrest man for allegedly masturbating in Tulsa WalMart

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(KTUL) -- Tulsa police arrested a 26-year-old Tulsan Saturday afternoon after witnesses said he was masturbating in the middle of Walmart.

The incident occurred at the 2019 East 81st Street Walmart location at approximately 12:45 p.m. Saturday. Officers located the suspect's vehicle after he had left the store and pulled him over.

Security footage at Walmart revealed the suspect, Derek Bennett, engaging in masturbation in the store.

Bennett was booked on two counts of indecent exposure. After being arrested, he reportedly told police that he was sober, he went to high school, and that he knew his rights.

Bennett is being held on $10,000 bond.
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