KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A man is facing charges after reportedly exposing himself outside a Chuck E. Cheese’s in Tiffany Springs Market Center Wednesday evening.
John P. Kingsbury, 54, is charged with first-degree sexual misconduct and possession of a controlled substance.
According to court documents, a Chuck E. Cheese’s employee saw Kingsbury walking from a parking lot near Best Buy to the front of the restaurant with his genitals exposed.
The employee went to alert the restaurant’s manager, but when the pair went to confront Kingsbury he was gone.
The manager told police Kingsbury returned to the restaurant over an hour later, and that he kicked him out.
The manager continued to follow Kingsbury into the nearby Guitar Center, where Kingsbury went into the bathroom and police were called.
By the time officers arrived, Kingsbury had left the scene in a black Honda. Court documents say two employees from Guitar Center followed him to another nearby parking lot and waited for police to arrive.
Kingsbury was taken into custody without incident. A white substance that tested positive for cocaine was found inside his wallet.
Kingsbury told police he bought the cocaine in Kansas City, Kansas and drove to the parking lot on Skyview Ave. to snort it. He said he also took an antipsychotic medication.
Kingsbury said he was high on the drugs and did not remember how his genitals became exposed but denied doing it intentionally.