Even though showing your penis online to a teenage girl sounds like harmless (but horribly illegal) fun, there is a possibility that it may end badly. Especially if the young lady wearing a Miley Cyrus t-shirt turns out to be an undercover officer.
That’s what happened to respected radio host Bryan McLean this week when his innocent, naked flirtation with a seventh grader ended up costing him a lot more than a strawberry juice box and Jonas brother tickets.
According to reports, “Special Agent Jessica Eger, of the attorney general’s office, was told by another agent that a man in the Gettysburg area had exposed himself to her and masturbated in front of a Web cam while the agent was posing online as a 13-year-old girl.”
Sounds like a nice little Wednesday night McLean had going. However, like they always do, the authorities had to come in and ruin his fun.
McLean was apprehended for his sextra-curricular activities and now faces five counts of unlawful contact with a minor and criminal use of a communication facility.
It’s almost like the government doesn’t want grown men parading their genitals in front of middle school children. When did this become something that society started frowning upon?
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