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Pastor denies humorous business after cops find him with exposed man

A Pennsylvania priest held in a automobile with a tied-up exposed man denied there was any humorous business going on, claiming instead he was only conversing a person with a drug problem.

Officers responded to a report of a questionable automobile parked on a open street outward a Homestead chateau on Friday around 11:30 p.m. When they arrived on the scene, they found a span of men in the automobile — one of them totally exposed and firm with nylon wire in the front seat, KDKA reported.

Authorities identified the second man as George Nelson Gregory, a 61-year-old priest from Munhall, Pa. According to the rapist complaint, Gregory told the officers they were “just playing” and that he and the other man “meet up from time to time to play with any other.”

The unclear man in the automobile reliable to police the confront had been consensual. Officers charged the priest with faulty bearing and open lewdness.

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George Nelson Gregory, 61, is charged with open desire and faulty bearing after allegedly being held in a passionate conditions in a parked car.

George Nelson Gregory, 61, is charged with open desire and faulty bearing after allegedly being held in a passionate conditions in a parked car.

(CBS Pittsburgh)

In a new interview, Gregory denied the review with officers ever took place, but certified things did take a spin for the “strange.”

“I won’t repudiate that he began to take his garments off and propositioned me but, we will deny, on a smoke-stack of Bibles with God as my witness, that we did nothing,” he told KDKA.

Gregory also pronounced that he’s been operative with the man — who he claims struggles with drugs — for several years. Gregory combined that he was entirely dressed when officers found them parked on the open street and pronounced there’s “no reason” that he should be “charged with open lewdness.”

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