Police: Florida man exposed himself to housekeeper at a hotel in Manchester Twp.

Harper Ho
York Dispatch
Christopher Davis

A Florida man who was staying at hotel in Manchester Township was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly exposed himself to a housekeeper, according to a Northern York County Regional Police news release.

Christopher Davis, 34, of Orlando, is charged with indecent exposure, open lewdness, possession of a controlled substance, all misdemeanors, and a disorderly conduct summary offense.

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Davis was arrested and arraigned Tuesday before District Judge Jeffrey L. Oberdorf. He was released Tuesday from York County Prison on $10,000 unsecured bail, meaning he didn't have to post any money to be freed but  could forfeit that amount if he misses court proceedings.

A housekeeper at the Four Points Sheraton hotel, located at 1650 Toronita St. in Manchester Township, saw a man standing naked in a hallway while she was cleaning a room, according to the release.

"The victim reported she let out a loud scream and ran away to inform her supervisor of the situation," according to the release.

Davis denied the encounter, police said.

"He reported that at one point while fully clothed he opened his door but then quickly shut the door," the release states.

Officers found a small bag of suspected cocaine in Davis' coat pocket, according to police.