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Walmart toe sucker goes to jail

Walmart toe sucker goes to jail

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LINCOLNTON, N.C. -- The Concord man accused of sucking a woman’s toes at a Lincolnton Walmart pleaded guilty on Thursday and was given a 60-day sentence.

Michael Anthony Brown, of 207 Lincoln St. SW, Concord, was arrested and charged with assault on a female in March after police say he approached a woman in a Lincolnton Walmart, told her he was a podiatry student and sucked on her toes.

He is a registered sex offender with a history of similar crimes, including multiple incidents of touching women’s feet in Concord.

In September 2000, he approached a woman who was sitting on her porch, showed a knife and told the woman to let him see her shoe, according to an investigation report attached to a Cabarrus court file. Police accused Brown of sucking on the woman’s toes and committing a sexual act involving her feet.

A psychiatric evaluation entered as evidence in the 2000 case noted Brown is sexually attracted to feet and has multiple mental health issues that contributed to his acts.

WSOC-TV reported Brown’s victim in the Lincolnton incident left the courtroom in tears after the judge pronounced the 60-day sentence, and Brown seemed pleased with what happened in court.

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