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Oklahoma Man Accused of Driving Naked in Starbucks Drive-Thru to Catch Glimpses of ‘Pretty Girls’ Working

Oklahoma Man Accused of Driving Naked in Starbucks Drive-Thru
Source: Tulsa County Jail; Unsplash

Michael Billingsley was arrested for driving naked through the Starbucks drive-thru, even watching porn on his phone while doing it, cops said.

Apr. 30 2024, Published 12:03 p.m. ET

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An Oklahoma man has been arrested after police say he made multiple trips through a Starbucks drive-thru while completely nude.

According to an arrest affidavit obtained by KOKI, Michael Billingsley bought a large iced Americano while completely naked at 6 a.m. on March 30.

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Billingsley then came back through the drive-thru a week later and did the same thing — this time while playing pornography on his phone, officials said.

On April 9, Billingsley went to the police station for an interview and he admitted to police of at least three such incidents, according to authorities. Starbucks said in a statement that the “inappropriate behavior” allegedly occurred “at two of our four Broken Arrow stores."

Billingsley, who claimed he went through the drive-thru nude to see the “pretty girls” who worked the window and admitted to doing the same thing at a Starbucks in Tulsa, described himself as an “exhibitionist” to investigators, law enforcement officials said.

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Billingsley was arrested and charged with indecent exposure. He was released on a $4,000 bond.

Broken Arrow police spokesperson Ethan Hutchins told KOKI, “It’s unfortunate that someone would do this to employees who are just trying to make a living and have to deal with someone doing this.”

Alexandria Moore, who works across the street from the Starbucks, said, "Honestly I think mental illness is at an all time high, especially going through the pandemic, and he just needs some help.”


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