Pennsylvania Cop Admits to Masturbating in Dick’s Parking Lot

An award-winning Pennsylvania cop said he was struggling to stay awake on the drive home from work, so he would pull out his penis and masturbate while driving, which kept him from nodding off.

But Pennsylvania state police charged him with two counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure after two women called them to complain about him on two separate occasions, saying he would pull up his car next to their car to ensure they saw him masturbating.

One woman said he was fondling his penis while “waving it around.”

However, Bethlehem police officer Glenn C. Woolard said it was all a big misunderstanding, telling investigators that “his intent of masturbating in his vehicle was not for sexual gratification or to showcase his genitals, but rather to stimulate himself and stay awake while diving home from work,” according to [__NBC Philadelphia.__](http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Former-Minor-League-Baseball-Pitcher-Turned-Army-Ranger-Turned-Cop-Charged-with-Indecent-Exposure-396333521.html)

Woolard, 35, was not in uniform, but wearing basketball shorts, which made it easier to stimulate himself while driving.

The first woman called police after seeing him masturbating in his car in the parking lot of Dick’s Sporting Goods and Target on September 27.

When police arrived on the scene, he had left, but they reviewed footage that showed him pulling next to her car as she walked to her car from shopping.

The second woman called police saying she was driving her work truck when he pulled up next to her with his penis in his hand on October 5. When she tried to drive away, he pulled up again next to her, stroking his penis.

That woman provided police his license plate number, so they were able to track him to his home where the car was still warm.

However, when they asked him about the allegations, he denied ever pulling out his penis and masturbating in his car. But he eventually confessed, saying it is what kept him awake.

Woolard is a former minor league baseball player who played in the San Francisco Giant system who also served with the Army Rangers in Afghanistan.

He recently received an award from the police department for rushing into a burning home and saving a life, according to [__the Morning Call.__](http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-bethlehem-police-offcer-faces-imndecent-exposure-charges-20161007-story.html)

An award-winning Pennsylvania cop said he was struggling to stay awake on the drive home from work, so he would pull out his penis and masturbate while driving, which kept him from nodding off.

But Pennsylvania state police charged him with two counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure after two women called them to complain about him on two separate occasions, saying he would pull up his car next to their car to ensure they saw him masturbating.

One woman said he was fondling his penis while “waving it around.”

However, Bethlehem police officer Glenn C. Woolard said it was all a big misunderstanding, telling investigators that “his intent of masturbating in his vehicle was not for sexual gratification or to showcase his genitals, but rather to stimulate himself and stay awake while diving home from work,” according to [__NBC Philadelphia.__](http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Former-Minor-League-Baseball-Pitcher-Turned-Army-Ranger-Turned-Cop-Charged-with-Indecent-Exposure-396333521.html)

Woolard, 35, was not in uniform, but wearing basketball shorts, which made it easier to stimulate himself while driving.

The first woman called police after seeing him masturbating in his car in the parking lot of Dick’s Sporting Goods and Target on September 27.

When police arrived on the scene, he had left, but they reviewed footage that showed him pulling next to her car as she walked to her car from shopping.

The second woman called police saying she was driving her work truck when he pulled up next to her with his penis in his hand on October 5. When she tried to drive away, he pulled up again next to her, stroking his penis.

That woman provided police his license plate number, so they were able to track him to his home where the car was still warm.

However, when they asked him about the allegations, he denied ever pulling out his penis and masturbating in his car. But he eventually confessed, saying it is what kept him awake.

Woolard is a former minor league baseball player who played in the San Francisco Giant system who also served with the Army Rangers in Afghanistan.

He recently received an award from the police department for rushing into a burning home and saving a life, according to [__the Morning Call.__](http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-bethlehem-police-offcer-faces-imndecent-exposure-charges-20161007-story.html)

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