Daniel Delaney Allegedly Showed Off His Penis to Kids at the Dentist's Office; Gets Arrested After Dentist Chases Him Down
We usually don't call DDS of the year this early — or at all, really — but we'll give the honorary title to the Phoenix dentist who chased down the guy who decided to show off his penis in his waiting room.
According to court documents obtained by New Times, 40-year-old Daniel Delaney showed up at the dentist's office shortly before 6 p.m. Friday, with his pants unzipped and the entire package hanging out.
Three people in the waiting room — including a 6-year-old kid and the 16-year-old receptionist — got a full view of Delaney's testicles and "semi erect" penis while he stood just a few feet in front of them.
The receptionist called to the doctor for help as Delaney gathered his genitals and ran out the door, and the doc followed Delaney as he went to an apartment building about a block away.
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The doctor watched Delaney head into his apartment, and he waited outside for the police to get there.
Delaney unsuccessfully barricaded himself inside the apartment, as Phoenix police's SWAT team got the search warrant and got in there.
Police reviewed the tape, which, sure enough, showed Delaney walk into the lobby and flash his penis.
The young girl was looking directly at Delaney as he did this, and immediately covered her face as Delaney pulled it out, police say.
Delaney made the little girl cry, too, according to court documents.
We're guessing Delaney didn't have an appointment at the dentist that day, as he's charged with third-degree burglary for the unlawful entrance to the dentist's office, as well as felony and misdemeanor charges of indecent exposure.
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