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Truck driver flashes genitals at high school bus

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Kenneth Phillip Farthing slowed down then sped up to wave his genitals to the girls on the bus, police said. Kenneth Phillip Farthing slowed down then sped up to wave his genitals to the girls on the bus, police said.
APEX, N.C. -

A truck driver was arrested after he showed his genitals to a bus carrying a high school girl's soccer team, Apex police confirmed.

Apex police said the girl's soccer team from Athens Drive High School in Raleigh was traveling home on U.S. Highway 1 on April 30 in Apex when passengers on the bus waved at a passing truck driver.

The driver, identified as Kenneth Phillip Farthing, slowed down then sped up to wave his genitals to the girls on the bus, police said. 

The driver of the bus wrote down the license plate number of the truck and reported it to Apex police.

Farthing, 60, was arrested and charged with indecent exposure. He posted bond and was released from the Wake County Jail.

 

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