CHICAGO (KTLA) -- A 34-year old man is behind bars after exposing himself to a theater filled with children watching "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked."
About 30-minutes into the movie, Edward L. Brown allegedly stripped off his clothes and stood up from his seat in the front row of a theater in the North Riverside Park Mall and faced the crowd.
Police responded within minutes and escorted him out the fire entrance and away from those who remained inside the theater.
The theater manager, meanwhile, stopped the film and offered refunds or vouchers to another show for those who were in the theater at the time of the incident.
Brown later told police he had been let into the movie theater by an unknown woman who directed him to sit in the front row and remove his clothes.
He said she promised they could have sex and smoke crack.
Brown is being held n the Cook County Jail on charges of sexual exploitation of children and disorderly conduct.
Man Exposes Himself to Children Watching Chipmunks Movie
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