Five star football recruit Trey Metoyer was hoping to make a big impact on the field during his time playing for the Oklahoma Sooners, but thanks to some weird fetishes and some abysmal decision making skills, it now seems like he’ll be remembered for a far different reason. Local police claim the wide receiver has been caught jerking off in public on at least two separate occasions over the past few months.
According to TMZ, the first incident occurred inside Metoyer’s car. He was allegedly going to town on himself on August 29 when a pedestrian figured out what was going on inside his Pontiac Grand Am and phoned the police. A few weeks later, the second incident took place on September 17. Metoyer was allegedly out and about when he approached a woman walking her dog and asked if he could borrow a pen. She ran inside to get the writing utensil, and when she came back, Metoyer was allegedly masturbating right outside of her door.
Not a whole lot about the case has been made public, but Metoyer reportedly decided to step away from the team in order to work on his alleged problems. Police claim he confessed to both of the incidents during an interview with authorities. He’s since been charged with two counts of felony indecent exposure, though it’s unclear whether authorities would be open to working out some kind of plea arrangement if he agrees to extensive counseling.
Metoyer is far from the first person caught masturbating in public. In fact, it’s a whole lot more common than you might imagine, but that still doesn’t make it okay. Like any illegal compulsion that frightens and makes others uncomfortable, it’s not acceptable in a civilized society. Hopefully, Metoyer is able to get his act together eventually and return to the football field in order to dominate.
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