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A Waldorf man was charged with indecent exposure after allegedly exposing a portion of his genitals to a woman June 26 in the parking lot of the Giant in Waldorf.
Daniel Harwood Ickes, 53, allegedly exited his vehicle after seeing a woman heading toward her car. Ickes pulled his shorts up around his waist, exposing his genitals, according to the report. The woman drove away, and Ickes allegedly followed her to the Bank of America parking lot and sat in his car as she performed an errand.
When the woman left the bank, according to the report, Ickes followed her to the parking lot of the Safeway in the Waldorf Marketplace, where she then called the police after seeing him looking at her through his rearview mirror.
Ickes allegedly told the arresting officer that he didn’t know he’d exposed his penis and scrotum to the woman and had been in the Safeway parking lot on the phone with his wife. When the officer observed that Ickes didn’t have a phone on him, according to the report, he told the officer he’d left it at home.
A search of Ickes revealed he wasn’t wearing any underwear underneath the shorts that “were extremely short even without being pulled up,” according to the report.
Ickes was later released on his own recognizance.