Man Flashes Clothing Store Employee

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Los Angeles, CA (KTLA) — Police on Friday were seeking the public’s assistance in locating a man who flashed a clothing store employee in Huntington Beach, according to authorities.

The incident occurred inside BJ Clothes at Warner Avenue and Goldenwest Street on the afternoon of July 23, the Huntington Beach Police Department stated in a Facebook post on Wednesday.

The man was the only customer in the store when he entered a dressing room, took off his clothes, and opened the curtain, standing “naked” and “smiling” before an employee, police said in the post.

After the employee threatened to call police, the flasher got dressed and left. He was seen driving away in an older red Ford Ranger pickup that was pulling a tan Shasta trailer.

Police have released several clothed photos of the man with the hope that someone could help them identify him.

Anyone with information was encouraged to call Detective Jeff Goodspeed at 714-536-5653, or Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-847-6227.