For one drive-thru clerk, this was not the kind of tip she was looking for.
Around 6 p.m. on May 30th, a man pulled around to the window of the Dunkin’ Donuts in Johnnie’s Foodmaster driving a brown motor vehicle. The clerk said he didn’t utter a word, but kept motioning towards his lap.
When she looked, well, he was doing inappropriate things.
The clerk screamed and took down the man’s license plate number as he sped off. Police ran the license plate and traced it to the suspect’s father.
The suspect’s father contacted his son and, soon after, the son came to the Revere Police Station from his Somerville home.
Once at the station, officers asked him if he knew why he was there. He said he was pretty sure he knew why. That was pretty much the end of it. However, instead of confessing verbally, the suspect was too bashful and, instead, wrote down his confession.
Matthew James Blunt, 20, of Somerville, was charged with lewd, open and gross behavior.