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Trinity Man Charged with Exposing Himself at a Sonic Drive-Thru

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Sonic is known for its hot dogs and coneys, but one man tried to put his very own wiener on the menu at a Sonic Drive-Thru in Trinity, just north of Conroe.

Kevin Walker, 35, was arrested by the Trinity Police Department on May 1 after he was accused of following a 17-year-old male to the Sonic and then exposing himself to the kid. In an ultra-creepy move, Walker apparently circled the kid with his meat-and-two-veg out on display until the kid called the police.

"Walker was reported to have been taking pictures of a 17-year-old male subject who was riding his bicycle to Sonic," said the police department's Facebook page. "The 17-year-old confronted Walker and found that Walker had his genitals exposed."

And in case Walker's offer wasn't scarring enough to the kid, "Walker is also alleged to have solicited sexual acts from the 17-year-old," said the police.

Walker has been charged with misdemeanor driving without a license and misdemeanor indecent exposure.


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