Man Ticketed a Second Time for Hiding Under Car to Touch Women's Feet: Cops
Lincoln, Nebraska, police say Jesse Johnson, 20, has been cited for the odd behavior for the fourth time in a year.
A Nebraska man was arrested and cited recently after cops say he hid under a car to grab a woman's ankle as she got inside her car.
Jesse Johnson was arrested Tuesday after Lincoln police say he crawled under a car in an Aldi grocery store parking lot and grabbed the victim's ankle.
And cops say this isn't the first time Johnson has displayed the bizarre behavior.
Records show the 20-year-old has been cited three times before for the same alleged act, 10/11 News reports.
Johnson was reportedly cited just days earlier after allegedly startling a woman near her car in a medical facility parking lot.
Before that, in March, Johnson was arrested for allegedly hiding under a woman's truck in a Walmart parking lot and touching her foot.
Nearly a year earlier, police say Johnson was found guilty of disturbing the peace and fine $150 after committing a similar act in a TJ Maxx parking lot.
"I just have this weird addiction and odd behavior," Johnson told the Lincoln Journal Star. "I don't know why."
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