Man cited after mooning delivery driver at Lincoln Burger King, police say

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A man was cited Thursday after he exposed himself to a delivery driver at a fast food restaurant in north Lincoln, police say.

Around 4:20 a.m., officers were sent to a Burger King near 11th Street and Cornhusker Highway after a caller reported a disturbance.

The caller, a 46-year-old truck driver, was making a delivery when an unknown man threatened to burn him with a lighter and then kicked his vehicle, police say.

As the man walked away, he pulled down his pants and mooned the driver, according to police.

Later on, officers were interviewing the victim when the man came back and started yelling about “police misconduct.”

Officers then took the man into custody and found that he was carrying a knife, police say.

The man was later cited and released on suspicion of disturbing the peace and public indecency.

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