A Tennessee man was arrested for theft after he was found in a bed at a retirement home with a stolen mannequin from a Hustler Hollywood store.
He was later identified in arresting documents as Christopher Wade.
Police said he walked into the store, scooped up the mannequin by the front door, and took off in a truck.
William Smith said, "I have no idea why he'd steal a mannequin and bring it out here if he's got a girlfriend or whatever it is out here he oughta be satisfied with that!"
Police ran the license plate and the truck belonged to a woman who lived in a retirement community in Old Hickory.
Smith said, "They don't drink out here, this is mostly a religious place, we got retired preachers who live here!"
He's lived in Old Hickory for over 80 years.
"We don't have a lot of rowdiness that goes on."
In the report it said the mannequin cost over $5,000. The outfit was not included in that price.
Wade was arrested for an outstanding warrant.