Lower Providence Man Sentenced for Indecent Exposure
The incident took place at the Audubon Ale House in March, and involved asking patrons 'Knock Knock?'
According to a Times Herald report, a Lower Providence man has pleaded guilty to an indecent exposure charge this week for exposing his genitals to patrons at the Audubon Ale House.
The report states that Kiel E. Jeffers, 25, of the 2000 block of Greene’s Way Circle, was sentenced by Judge Steven O’Neill in Montgomery County Court to two years’ probation and 24 hours of community service.
The incident was said to have occurred March 11, when Lower Providence Police responded to a report at the Audubon Ale House of a male committing indecent exposure. While the report states that the Jeffers was not at the bar upon police arrival, several witnesses told police that Jeffers exposed his genitals to several patrons.
Witnesses told police that Jeffers would ask patrons “Knock Knock” and when someone would answer “Who’s there?” he would lift his shirt and reveal his genitals.
Bar employees also told police that Jeffers had been flagged from being served alcohol at one point in the evening.
Further conditions of Jeffers’ sentence and plea agreement has banned him from the Audubon Ale House and ordered him to undergo an alcohol evaluation and treatment.
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