Chicago Man Busted After Removing Clothes, Exposing Self To Audience At "Chipmunks" Movie
Meet Edward Brown.
Thirty minutes into a showing last Thursday of the movie “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked,” the Chicago man allegedly stripped off his clothes and stood up from his seat in the front row of a theater in the North Riverside Park Mall.
Brown, pictured in the above mug shot, then turned to face 96 other moviegoers (of the kid and parent variety) and gave the Chipmunk fans a clear view of his exposed genitalia, according to a police press release. He then returned to his seat to enjoy the rest of the 4 PM showing of the G-rated film.
The 34-year-old Brown, however, was soon arrested by North Riverside cops who were patrolling in the Cook County mall. He was charged with a variety of criminal counts, including sexual exploitation of children and disorderly conduct. Brown is being held in the Cook County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.
According to the Riverside-Brookfield Landmark, Brown claimed he had been let into the movie theater by an unknown woman who directed him to sit in the front row and remove his clothes. She purportedly said that she would return so that they could have sex and do drugs together.