A juvenile got into a car with a stranger near Plainfield, Connecticut, cemetery and noticed that his pants were down as he drove the juvenile around town, police said.
Plainfield police arrested Eric Parisek, 40, of Willimantic, after receiving a call at 7:48 p.m. reporting the incident and finding him with his pants partially down in the driver's seat of his car in the Day Kimball parking lot on Dow Road, police said. He faces a risk of injury to a minor charge.
That's after someone under 18, whose age and gender has not been released, got into a car with Parisek near the Evergreen Cemetery in Plainfield, a caller told police. They didn't know each other.
While Parisek drove the young person around, the individual notice that he was "naked from the waist down with his pants bunched around his groin area," police said.
The juvenile was able to get out of the car and go to a friend's house for help. After telling the friend what happened, a concerned party reported it to police.
After locating Parisek in his car, he admitted to police that he drove the juvenile around.
Police charged him with risk of injury to a minor and are holding him in custody on a $50,000 bond until his court appearance on Thursday, Nov. 13.