The incident happened at about 11:36 p.m. Saturday on County Road 466 near County Road 105, the report said.
The deputy was driving east on the highway when he saw a man, later identified as Justin Carl Walker, of Oxford, standing on the shoulder.
“As I and another vehicle came closer to the subject, the subject quickly darted across four lanes of traffic with his shorts partially down,” the deputy said. “(Walker” stopped in the roadway and looked at both myself and the other vehicle where I observed his (genitals) to be fully exposed and his shorts to be partially dropped.”
The deputy activated his emergency lights and started chasing the man on foot as he quickly walked away, the report said.
When the deputy caught up to Walker, his genitals were still in full view, the report said.
“I asked the defendant why his pants were down,” the deputy said. “The defendant looked down at his crotch and shrugged his shoulders, saying, ‘I guess I did something stupid.’”
The report goes on to note that all the while, Walker didn’t bother to put the boys away, at one point even lifting his shirt to show off more of himself when asked to pull up his pants.
He was charged with one count of indecent exposure and one count of resisting arrest without violence.