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Man Scans Penis At Checkout Counter Of Seattle Supermarket

Christian Fischer was charged with indecent exposure and assault after he placed his penis on the self-checkout scanner on the way out of a Quality Food Center in Seattle.

The Huffington Post reports that a security guard who was just starting his shift noticed one of the female cashiers physically react to something that Fischer had put onto the checkout counter. The cops report that the man approached the counter, put his “groceries” down and summoned the cashier. Once she got close and saw his penis on the counter, she visibly reacted, which made the man laugh. The security guard approached them, saw what was going on and called the police. 

According to both the cashier and the guard, the man wasn’t doing anything to hide his exposed penis and fled the scene before cops could arrive. The cashier also expressed that the man’s actions left her alarmed and disturbed. Somehow, Fischer and came back a few hours later and got into a physical confrontation with several of the employees who recognized him from the previous incident. The only way they could get him to leave was to threaten him with pepper spray. 

Fischer was finally captured by the police a couple of hours later when they found him napping on the street, a few blocks away from the Quality Food Center. According to the police records, Fischer’s supermarket misadventures caused his fourth bust of the month. He was previously arrested over burglary, assault, and obstruction charges. 

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