Wilson Franklin bares his cheeks, sets clothes on fire, while self-pleasuring in hotel lobby

33-year-old Wilson M. Franklin was charged with indecent exposure and disorderly conduct on December 27th. According to police, Wilson started tearing his clothes off in the lobby of the Comfort Suites on Rivergate Parkway and set them on fire. Amanda Beaty, an employee working the front desk that early morning, told police he “turned his back to the front desk exposing his buttocks, and his right hand was moving rapidly in his pants.” Police reviewed security footage and witnessed the fiery self-pleasure session.

William Jenkins charged after sexual incident at Vanderbilt University Parking Lot

Vanderbilt University student Kristen Lambert says she was in a campus parking lot when 34-year-old William Lozelle Jenkins walked up to her car and approached her driver’s side window, blocking her from leaving. He reportedly unzipped his pants, lowered them, and began to pleasure himself while telling Lambert, “I’ll make your ***** wet,” and “my drugs will make you *** faster.” Officers located Jenkins and took him into custody after a brief struggle and the assistance of additional officers. He had an encounter earlier in the day where he was intimidating and following a Vanderbilt employee and was told to leave the property at that time.

Patricia Jackson says Captain America and Jesus told her she could go shirtless in public

Metro Nashville Police responded to Oldham Street early Tuesday morning to find 42-year-old Patricia Jackson wandering the property clothed in only shorts, with no shirt or bra. Officers demanded she put a shirt on in public. Jackson exclaimed that Captain America and Jesus told her it was fine not to wear a shirt, and refused to cloth herself. After multiple attempts and resolving the situation, she was eventually transported to booking and charged with indecent exposure.

Corey Strickland charged after bashing the bishop in a stairwell at his workplace

Metro Nashville Police responded to HCA Healthcare in the North Gulch after security personnel observed 26-year-old HCA HealthTrust employee Corey Strickland pleasuring himself in a stairwell of the office building. Officers say he had his phone in one hand and his ‘pudding producer’ in the other while completing a non-work-related task in a particular motion. When confronted, Strickland admitted to the adventure and was issued a state citation for indecent exposure. He was booked on that citation this week and will appear in court in November.

Ladasha Bledsoe & Atalaya Lopez charged after blowing through roadblock, letting it flow.

23-year-old Atalaya Lopez drove through a barrage of emergency vehicles with flashing lights that were blocking the roadway for a police investigation on Donelson Pike early Monday morning in her Chevy Impala at a very high rate of speed. Officers eventually got the vehicle stopped near Knapp Road and observed her extreme level of intoxication and an open container in her cupholder. While she was being placed into custody for DUI, her passenger, 23-year-old Ladasha Bledsoe, repeatedly got in and out of the vehicle despite being told to stay inside the car. Bledsoe then got out a final time, dropped her pants, and exposed herself to police officers while urinating on the roadway. She was charged with indecent exposure.

Dustin Dunham was running naked in the city; Elizabeth Carson says not in her neighborhood!

Elizabeth Lyall Carson called police in a tizzy Tuesday, stating that a “homeless man on drugs and with mental issues” was running naked on the sidewalk near Hillwood High School around 6 p.m. We’re not sure why she believed the man, identified as 35-year-old Dustin Dunham, had mental health issues, was homeless, or was on drugs, but she was adamant about it to police and in dozens of social media comments after she posted his naked photo online. In fact, she says when she drove back by a few minutes later, he was wearing shorts and shoes. When police arrived, he was clothed, so Elizbeth had to become the private prosecutor on the case, and he was charged with indecent exposure. We’re told Carson was “excited and proud” to swear out the warrant on the man, as she shared her adventure to her friends on social media, which includes nearly every judge, politician, and Belle Meade resident in the city.

Inmate Arerion Thompson charged with indecent exposure from inside Nashville Jail shower

33-year-old inmate Arerion Thompson, who is currently serving time inside the Metro Nashville Jail, was booked on a new criminal charge this week of indecent exposure to a guard/staff member. DCSO Officer Lakeisha Henderson says she was working an assigned post inside the Downtown Detention Center, and while sitting at her computer she noticed Thompson was pleasuring himself while taking a shower with the curtain partially open, with a direct line of sight to Henderson. She asked him to close the curtain, and he did not do so. She then charged him with indecent exposure.

Ohio Tourist flashes other guests inside downtown hotel elevator — Michael Davidson

45-year-old Michael Davidson, who is visiting from Mason, OH, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail early Wednesday after he was found riding the elevator at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Nashville Downtown/The Gulch while exposing his genitals to other guests and employees for the purpose of sexual gratification, according to police. Davidson is charged with indecent exposure and public intoxication and is free on pre-trial release.

Local man climbs atop Nashville Symphony fountain, lets it all hang out and flow — Kyle Colella arrested

24-year-old Kyle Colella is charged with indecent exposure and public intoxication after Metro Nashville Police say he climbed atop the extravagant fountain outside the Nashville Symphony in downtown Nashville, exposed himself, and began urinating into the fountain. An off-duty officer working security detained and he was transported to booking, deemed too intoxicated to care for himself. He is free on pre-trial release.

Man high and “in his own reality” charged with public intoxication in downtown Nashville — Adam Green

Police found 40-year-old Adam Green “laying on the ground rolling around and punching the air” while investigating a report of someone exposing themselves to people downtown. He explained he had been “practicing martial arts and fell over” onto the ground. When asked if he had been exposing himself, he explained that he wasn’t all there and did not mean to do so, adding that he was high on marijuana, and police note he “seemed to be in his own reality”. He was charged with public intoxication and transported to jail.