• A Florida man, 64, was accused of making eye contact with a woman as he was exposing his penis at a beach Tuesday
  • He denied intentionally exposing himself to anyone but was still charged with misdemeanor exposure of sexual organs
  • The man was later released after posting $150 bond

Treasure Island, Florida -- A 64-year-old man in Pinellas County, Florida, made eye contact with a woman at a local beach while he was exposing his penis, which resulted in his arrest, police documents showed.

Charles Hixon, of Palm Harbor, was knee-deep in the waters of Sunset Beach in Treasure Island Tuesday afternoon when he pulled down the front of his Speedo swimwear and exposed his penis, The Smoking Gun reported, citing an arrest affidavit.

Hixon, who had made eye contact with a 28-year-old woman, held his phallus in his hand and stared at the witness while he was "grinning," the police document alleged.

The woman described Hixon's penis as "being large, seven to eight inches, and it was similar in color to his body, which was tanned," authorities said.

Another party also saw Hixon with his hands on his crotch, but they did not see him pull out his penis, the affidavit read.

Hixon "denied anything happened" and stated that he did not intentionally expose himself to anyone after he was read his Miranda rights, according to police.

He was charged with misdemeanor exposure of sexual organs but was released early Wednesday from the Pinellas County Jail after posting a bond of $150.

In a similar story, a Florida man was slapped with several charges after he admitted to making lewd FaceTime calls to strangers earlier this year.

Adam Smith, 35, confessed to calling "numerous phone numbers and subsequently masturbating over video calls" between February and April.

Three such cases were reported to authorities at the time of Smith's arrest, with one of the victims saying the Knoxville, Tennessee, resident was "completely nude" and "squatting in front of the camera while stroking his penis" during a call.

Authorities were later able to track Smith down with the help of Google as well as the telecom providers Verizon and Pinger.

Smith, who is listed as a "painter" in police records, was charged with indecent exposure, exposure of sexual organs and obscene communication.

He was released on bond earlier this month and is scheduled to be arraigned on June 3.

Representation. Charles Hixon, 64, denied intentionally exposing himself to anyone after he was accused of showing his penis at Florida's Sunset Beach earlier this week. BKD/Pixabay