An Oregon man high on methamphetamine told police he had no recollection of the events that led to 15 officers arresting him for masturbating at a bar.
Andrew Frey, 37, told officers with the Marion County Sheriff's Office he took the drug on Saturday and proceeded to have quite the weekend.
Authorities were able to track it to Sunday afternoon where Frey— after refusing to pay a locksmith he called to his home — went to a local shopping center where an employee escorted him off the property.
Frey then went to Iggy's Bar & Grill, took a seat then exposed himself to a bartender, police said.
Then he allegedly started to pleasure himself.
Police were called to the scene and Frey moved to the bathroom where he continued to touch himself. A deputy officer attempted to arrest him a few times and even used a Taser multiple times but it had no effect on Frey, police said.
The deputy then got into a fight with the suspect and tried to radio for help but it didn't work inside the restaurant.
A dispatcher tried to radio the deputy for an update and realized communications were not going through. The dispatcher then radioed for backup and 15 officers descended onto the bar and finally arrested him.
Police noted it took several officers to finally get Frey under control.
Frey said he took the drugs Saturday and did not remember anything that happened since. He was treated at a local hospital and then transported to county jail on charges of public indecency, resisting arrest and theft of services.
An employee at the bar declined comment on the incident Tuesday night.