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Neighborhood flasher arrested after knocking on police chief's door

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(CBS/AP) CORRY, Pa. - A 22-year-old Pennsylvania man allegedly went door-to-door Sunday, drunk, harassing neighbors and exposing himself, until he knocked on the wrong door.

The interim police chief was not amused.

The unlucky flasher, Brody Hall, was put in jail after he stumbled upon police chief Rich Shopene's door around 6:15 a.m. and told him he was there "to scare the children."

Shopene said Hall then  tried to push past him and get into the house, but he wrestled the young man to the ground and arrested him.

After the arrest, the chief found out Hall had approached other neighborhood doors before knocking on his.

Now,  Hall remains in custody at the Erie County Jail. He will most likely face charges that include indecent exposure and terroristic threats.

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