Airline travel is tough enough as it is.
If you survive the obligatory TSA grope down, you sure don’t want to be exposed to, well, some guy exposing himself next to you on the plane.
Houston attorney Leonard Julius Saywerr, 33, pleaded guilty to two federal charges of lewd, indecent or obscene acts stemming from an incident on Feb. 12, 2011, aboard a Continental Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Houston.
Sawyerr kept pestering the woman sitting next to him, and then when he couldn`t get her attention with his pleasant personality, he showed her his protruding penis.
Later, he exposed himself to a flight attendant, who asked him to put it away, to which he replied: "Can't a guy have his fly undone?"
In November, Sawyerr pleaded guilty to groping two courthouse employees in California, pretty much an open and shut case. The state bar suspended him for six months, placed him on one-year probation, and made him get an examination on judicial ethics.