34-year-old Curtis Wonderly was charged with public indecency, resisting arrest, evading arrest, public intoxication, unattended vehicle, and open container violation after he whipped his privates out while being detained for an open bottle of vodka that was in his cupholder.
44-year-old Robert Wicks was charged with domestic assault and public indecency after he threw his girlfriend to the ground and punched her in the chest before officers found him urinating at the scene where the assault took place.
45-year-old Robert Hawkins was charged with assault, public indecency, and public intoxication when he attacked a man with his family because he was asked to stop urinating on a 4th Avenue South sidewalk with his penis fully exposed.
23-year-old Allie Allen was charged with public indecency when she was sitting on Broadway with no shirt or bra on then the officer told her to put her shirt back on for her to take it back off five minutes later.
23-year-old Allie Allen was charged with public indecency and public intoxication when she was observed wearing a white t-shirt and flashing strangers who drove by. She was then was found walking around with her pants down and claimed to not know why.
56-year-old Van Allison was charged with public intoxication and public indecency when police found him with his pants around his ankles at a bus stop.
38-year-old Brad Tyree was charged with public intoxication, public indecency, and evading arrest after being reported for stumbling down Gallatin Pike and when officers approached, he pulled out his genitals and started urinating on the sidewalk close to them.
37-year-old Janett Domagala was charged with public indecency and public intoxication after defecating in a parking lot while stumbling down Dickerson Pike.
20-year-old Zachary Swarthout was charged with public intoxication and public indecency after police found him naked and claiming to be hallucinating at the Ryman Auditorium.
Brian Burdick, 38, was in a Nashville courtroom Thursday, where he took a plea deal, bringing his indecent exposure charge down to a public indecency charge. There was no additional jail time associated with the plea.