Ninety Days Is Sentence For “Suspicious Activity” With Vacuum

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CarWashVac A 29-year-old man who pleaded no contest last month to indecent-exposure charges has been sentenced to 90 days in jail, reports said today.  The man was arrested last October after someone called police to report "suspicious activity" at a car wash in Saginaw County, Michigan.  The activity in question was apparently unnatural congress with one of the car wash's vacuums.

I guess he's lucky he wasn't also prosecuted for a low-pants-law violation, which is all the rage these days.  On the other hand, since those offenses are often prosecuted under an existing indecent-exposure statute, maybe he was.  Ninety days seems a little excessive for a single incident of this kind, although I suppose it is more reprehensible when the victim is incapable of consent.

Link: AP via