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Virginia man exposed himself to grocery worker, left ‘bodily fluid’ on her, police say

A Virginia man was arrested Saturday for allegedly exposing himself to a Food Lion grocery store worker and leaving bodily fluid on her, police said.

Michael Earl Alexander, 31, is charged with sexual battery, indecent exposure, and obscene sexual display.

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Authorities on Friday responded to a call from a Food Lion in Manassas, Pennsylvania regarding a possible assault.

A 58-year-old female worker said a man had followed her around the store. The man had reportedly been known to employees and had encounters with other female employees in the past.

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The female employee said the man had approached her from behind as she was stocking some items on a shelf. When the man walked away, the employee she felt an unknown “fluid” on her pants, FOX 29 reported.  

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Officers watched surveillance footage and saw the man watching the employee from other aisles in the store.

Police located Alexander at a residence the following day and arrested him without incident. He’s being held without bond.

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