A man in Dover, the capital of the state of Delaware, was arrested after being found having a sherman (the word “wank” is to be avoided because it’s UGLY AND JUDGEMENTAL) in public, after which police found almost nine pounds of cannabis at his home. The genital exercise occurred in a changing room at a branch of Target, the supermarket that is the eighth largest retailer in the country.

23-year-old Lewis Foreman was arrested for possessing almost nine pounds of cannabis after being seen pleasuring himself in a changing room of a branch of Target with the door open. Photo: Mike Mozart

23-year-old Lewis Foreman was arrested for possessing almost nine pounds of cannabis after being seen pleasuring himself in a changing room of a branch of Target with the door open. Photo: Mike Mozart

He did it in a changing room

Police were first called on Saturday January 19 2019 when a man was observed pleasuring himself in a Target changing room with the door open. He escaped then and when he repeated the trick the following Thursday at the same branch, with the call coming in at around 09:15. He drove away in a gold Jaguar on both occasions. He was apprehended after police studied CCTV and identified him as 23-year-old Lewis Foreman.

The police call

Police visited Foreman’s home on Stevenson Drive in Dover’s Manchester Square neighbourhood. He turned up in the gold Jag. Initially, he ran away and went through the back door of a nearby house, where he hid in the attic with 20-year-old Tyra Mifflin. A three-year-old child was also present in the house unattended. A short while after, Foreman and Mifflin both surrendered without incident.

Almost nine pounds of cannabis

Police then searched Foreman’s home and found almost nine pounds of cannabis, 8.75 pounds to be exact, in sealed bags, digital scales, packaging materials and $4,432 of cash that is believed to be the proceeds of drug sales. Police took 29-year-old Keyarra Johnson into custody when she appeared at the house.

Busted!

Foreman was charged with two counts of indecent exposure, possession of cannabis with intent to supply, resisting arrest, endangering the welfare of a child and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released after coughing up $8,750 bail.

Mifflin and Johnson were both charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply, endangering the welfare of a child and possession of drug paraphernalia and released on $11,250 bail. The child was passed to a relative.

Delaware permits cannabis for medical but not recreational purposes. Twanging the wire in public is illegal in every state.

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