Lafayette man accused of obscenity while at Abbeville restaurant

Lafayette man arrested on charges of exposing himself and acting inappropriately towards employees at an Abbeville restaurant

Police said on November 4, 2021 at around 3:30 p.m., officers responded to a Park Avenue restaurant with reference to an obscenity complaint.

During an investigation, it was determined that a man, identified as George Houston Begley II of Lafayette, acted inappropriately towards the employees while he was dining at the restaurant.

Police said Begley had started handing out business cards, which featured her photo, to various customers and employees. Begley then allegedly went behind a hostess station, cornered an employee, opened the zipper on her pants and pulled out his penis. Police said he pulled his pants up and then hugged an employee.

Begley was kicked out of the restaurant by employees and the police called. Police said he left the restaurant before the police arrived.

An arrest warrant has been obtained for the charges of obscenity (felony) and simple battery. On November 5, 2021, Begley transforms into the Abbeville Police Department. He was arrested and subsequently bonded with $ 6,500.

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