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News of a troubling Atlantic-traversing epilogue to the Reg's recent coverage of priapic pensioners has come in from Ohio.

A 72-year old cross-dresser was charged with public indecency after being caught pleasuring himself in a library, The Smoking Gun reports.

Samuel McGilton was allegedy captured on CCTV earlier this month this committing the act of self pollution in a dress while sat at a desk in the Bellaire public library. When the local five-0 went round to the decrepit deviant's lair to slap the cuffs on him last week, they claim to have found him once again done up like a dog's dinner.

According to Court TV, Sam has been given the nickname 'Mr Shoes' in his hometown of Wheeling, West Virginia, owing to his penchant for sporting a pair of red stillettos.

Happily, the cops didn't give Sam the chance to regain his dignity and took him straight downtown, gifting us with the vision of the 5'11'', 210lb-er in a flowery skirt and bouffant wig.

The charge sheet describes Sam's modus operandi thus: “Sexual fetishist, wore wig."

He's up in court on the 27th. Don't have nightmares.®

Bootnote

This latest mugshot makes a nice pair for the County Sheriff's responsible for Bellaire, after last year's booking of an unfortunate paint sniffer.

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