Wednesday, January 12, 2011


Longmont, Colorado (SafeCITY) - Richard C. Troupe, a 52-year-old Longmont man was jailed after he allegedly drove pants-less through a Burger King drive-thru, then asked a female employee at the window if she wanted to hold his "whopper."

According to Longmont police, the Burger King employee noticed that a suspicious vehicle was parked in the parking lot Tuesday around 3:30 a.m., and was worried that she may be robbed.

The driver, now identified as Richard Troupe, drove up to the window wearing no pants and holding his genitals. He then asked the woman if she would like to "hold his whopper."

Although Troupe fled the scene, the employee was able to get a description of the vehicle and a license plate number. Troupe was pulled over, found to be under the influence of alcohol and promptly arrested.

Police say Troupe has never been charged for a sexual offense, however he was banned from the Oskar Blues restaurant after he reportedly slapped a server on her buttocks.

Troupe was booked into jail and charged with indecent exposure and driving under the influence.

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