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Burnsville man arrested, again, for masturbating at Florida resort

The 47 year old has been arrested on more than one occasion since the New Year.
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A Minnesota man is facing charges after allegedly exposing himself at a hotel and a bar in Florida.

Jason Bradley Tietz, 47, of Burnsville, is awaiting a court hearing on five counts of lewd or lascivious exhibition, one count of child abuse and one count of trespass after an incident in Clearwater on Saturday, according to Pinella County records.

WFLA reports that Tietz had been kicked out of the Hyatt Hotel for failing to pay for his stay, before walking across the street to the Barefoot Beach House bar and sitting down in a cabana, which he also didn't pay for.

Then, five underage girls told police they saw him standing with his swimming trunks around his ankles, using lotion to masturbate.

It happened just four days after Tietz was allegedly found naked and masturbating on the rooftop of the Hotel Zamora in St. Pete Beach.

WFTS Tampa Bay reports the 47 year old walked out of the hotel elevator completely naked before approaching the hotel balcony, proceeding to masturbate while an employee waited for a manager to arrive.

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He was arrested for lewd and lascivious exhibition and trespass for this incident as well, but was bonded out of jail before allegedly committing the offense in Clearwater.

He is now being held on a $55,000 bond at Pinella County Jail.

Judging by media reports, he's been accused of doing this in another location, too.

In December, he was arrested in South Dakota after walking into a hotel room at the Sioux Falls Ramada Inn and allegedly masturbating in front of two girls aged 12 and 13, according to KSFY.

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