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Naked Man Exposed Himself to Drivers from Shoulder of Bethpage State Parkway, NYS Police Says

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Officials: Christopher M. Reilly, 37, was reported by drivers to be squatting on the east shoulder exposing his private parts in a lewd manner.

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The NYS Police announce the arrest of Christopher M. Reilly of Massapequa, 37, for Public Lewdness.

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Oyster Bay, NY - May 4, 2018 - On May 3, 2018 at approximately 12:02 p.m., the New York State Police in East Meadow received a report from a female traveling northbound on the Bethpage State Parkway, north of the Southern State Parkway, in the Town of Oyster Bay, who observed a naked male squatting on the east shoulder exposing his private parts in a lewd manner. 
 
Troopers arrived on scene, located and identified the naked male as Christopher M. Reilly, age 37, of Massapequa. Reilly was charged with Public Lewdness (B-Misdemeanor) and Exposure of a Person (Violation). Reilly is scheduled to be arraigned in Nassau County First District Court on May 4, 2018.
 
The New York State Police is asking if there are any additional victims to please contact State Police Farmingdale at (631)756-3300. All calls will remain confidential. 
 
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