A VA employee has been charged with indecent exposure after two of his colleagues said he repeatedly showed them his penis.
Joseph Feyereisn, 31, of Farmington, Minnesota, was reported to police by the Minneapolis Veterans' Affairs HR department in May, following allegations made by two female employees dating back to early 2016.
According to a criminal complaint, Feyereisn was working alongside a co-worker in the water room at the Minneapolis VA in January or February 2016 when he exposed his penis to her.
He allegedly did the same thing in the building's isolation room, with the victim saying she was working alongside him in the morning when she turned around to see he was displaying his penis.
The second allegation came from another female colleague who said Feyereisn started exposing himself to her multiple times starting this past February.
On one occasion, he called her into the isolation room while training her because he had a "learning experience for her."
When she walked in, Feyereisn had his penis in his hand, which he was possibly masturbating. He also exposed himself several times to her in the elevator, making comments including: "I'll show you mine if you show me yours."
Speaking with police, Feyereisn admitted he'd exposed himself to the first victim and possibly exposed himself to the second.
The Star Tribune reports Feyereisn had worked as a medical instrument technician at the VA since 2011.
He resigned after receiving a "notice of proposed or pending adverse action based on part on ... misconduct or delinquency," the newspaper notes.
He has been charged with three counts of indecent exposure. No veterans were involved in the incidents.