Customer exposes himself at coffee shop drive-thru, caught on video - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Customer exposes himself at coffee shop drive-thru, caught on video

AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - A customer at an Airway Heights Starbucks coffee store said exposing himself to a barista was a joke.  But no one laughed.

The Spokane County Sheriff's Office said 48-year-old Douglas J. Dibiasi, from Cheney, drove up to the drive-thu at the store, rose up and exposed himself to the woman behind the window.  She called 911 and told him to leave, but he refused, and instead remained at the window and fondled himself.

In addition to the three employees who witnessed the man, his actions were captured on store videotape.

Airway Heights Police officers and sheriff's deputies located the suspect's black Ford Ranger pickup at Highway 2 and Rambo Road.  He at first denied any inappropriate actions, but when confronted with the videotape information, said they were only a joke.

A sheriff's deputy arrested Dibiasi and booked him into the Spokane County Jail for Indecent Exposure.
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