See the update at the end of this post on registered sex offender Imran Ali Uddin being arrested in this case.
ORIGINAL POST, OCT. 8, 10:47 A.M.: My reporting there was a creepy dude in the Orange Walmart might elicit from you a response of, “So what's the news in that?” (Especially if you've seen “People of Walmart.”) But in this particular instance, the creeper flashed his junk at a tween girl and surveillance video not only captured the douche leaving the store (see “Person of Walmart at Right”) but of him actually doing the dirty deed, according to cops.
The 13-year-old girl was shopping with her grandmother at the Walmart in the 2300 block of West Tustin Street on Oct. 3 when the stranger approached her, exposed himself and “engaged in lewd behavior,” according to Orange Police.
The girl told KTLA/Channel 5 news that the man “actually skimmed my back,” and her grandma, who was only a few feet away at the time, recalled the girl being “pale and sweating, shaking and crying hysterically, saying 'Grandma, grandma, we have to get out of here.'”
Grammy went on to accuse Walmart employees of doing nothing to stop the pervert. But police did get involved and now say the store's surveillance video shows the man hopping into a silver or gray four-door compact car, similar to a Honda Accord, in the Walmart parking lot. Anyone with information is asked to call the Orange Police Department at (714) 744-7444.
Follow the Channel 5 link above to get a better look at the fellow via video of him leaving the store. The shots of him doing his nasty thang were not released by cops. Pray that did not end with the sound of a public address announcer saying, “Attention Walmart shoppers, spill in Aisle 5.”
UPDATE, OCT. 22, 5 P.M.: Registered sex offender Imran Ali Uddin, 24, of Anaheim, is being held without bail in Orange County Jail for allegedly being the man who flashed his junk at a 13-year-old girl at the Walmart in Orange on Oct. 3.
Jail records indicate Uddin was booked Monday on suspicion of indecent exposure. City News Service, citing court records, reports Uddin was convicted Dec. 1, 2009, of misdemeanor indecent exposure and was sentenced to do 29 days of service in lieu of jail and put on three years of informal probation.
His probation expired in February.