Flashing teenage breasts could land man in prison

Carlos Miller

Flashing teenage breasts could land man in prison

A Florida man is facing five years in prison because he photographed two teenage girls flashing their breasts on the side of the road.

Turns out, the girls were 15-years-old, according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

It is not clear if Robert Lee Blevins, 33, was aware of their age when he pulled his car up alongside them and snapped a photo.

Nevertheless, he is now facing a felony charge of possession of photos of sexual performance by a child as well as a misdemeanor charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

The girls were charged with indecent exposure and released to their parents.

The girls had been flashing their breasts at all passing motorists, including Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Cameron, who happened to drive by in an unmarked car.

Cameron turned his car around and spotted Blevins pull up alongside them and snap a photo with his cell phone.

Cameron detained all three of them and confiscated Blevins’ cell phone.

Something tells me there are probably many more images of these girls’ breasts floating out there somewhere.


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