Sunday November 29th, 2015 4:21PM

Gainesville man is charged with public indecency, drunkenness

By Dean Dyer, WRWH
CLEVELAND - White County authorities have charged a Gainesville man with public indecency and drunkenness following an incident on Thursday that included exposing himself to a student on a White County School bus.

Sheriff's Captain Tim Chapman said Charles Edward Sayers, 55, went to the Serendipity Nudist Resort and appeared to be intoxicated.

Resort officials asked to have Sayers removed and a taxi was called to transport him.

According to police reports, it was during this time that Sayers exposed himself before children on a White County school bus.

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