Florida man exposed himself to York County hotel housekeeper


MANCHESTER, PA – One of the global winners of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the adult website PornHub. This week a scene that could have come from a video from the service unfolded in front of a frightened hotel housekeeper.

On Tuesday, the Northern York County Regional Police Department investigated a case of Indecent Exposure.  The incident happened at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel located at 1650 Toronita St. in Manchester Township.

The police interviewed a housekeeper who reported as she was exiting a room she had just cleaned and observed an unknown male standing in the hallway.  She advised that the unknown male was completely naked.  The victim reported she let out a loud scream and ran away to inform her supervisor of the situation.

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While speaking to the victim in the hotel lobby she advised that the suspect was currently in the parking lot walking to his car.  The police went out and spoke to the suspect who was clothed at this time.  The suspect was identified as 34-year-old Christopher Davis of Orlando, FL.

Christopher Davis denied the incident.  He reported that at one point while fully clothed he opened his door but then quickly shut the door.

Christopher Davis was arrested on scene.  The officer performing a search incident to arrest discovered a small bag of suspected cocaine in Christopher Davis’ coat pocket.

Christopher Davis was taken to the York County Booking Center where he was arraigned on the charges of Indecent Exposure, Open Lewdness, Possession of a Controlled Substance and Disorderly Conduct.  Bail was set at $10,000.00

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