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Originally published July 8, 2013 at 12:36 PM | Page modified July 9, 2013 at 5:00 PM

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Okla. man arrested after woman spots him in toilet

A Tulsa man remained jailed Monday on a peeping Tom complaint after authorities discovered him inside a septic tank beneath a women’s bathroom.

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SAND SPRINGS, Okla. — A Tulsa man remained jailed Monday on a peeping Tom complaint after authorities discovered him inside a septic tank beneath a women’s bathroom at a Sand Springs water park.

Kenneth Enslow, 52, was arrested Sunday after a woman called police. She had taken her 7-year-old daughter to the bathroom and noticed a man looking up at her from inside the toilet, Tulsa County Sheriff’s Maj. Shannon Clark said.

“He went in there, climbed down in the septic and was looking up at the people utilizing that facility,” Clark said.

Enslow, who was covered in human waste, was helped from the septic tank by members of the Keystone Fire Department, who sprayed him off with a fire hose and then transported to a hospital for evaluation, according to a sheriff’s report.

Court and jail records do not indicate if Enslow has an attorney.

Enslow told police that a woman hit him in the head with a tire iron and dumped him in the toilet, according to the report.

But Clark said: “There were no injuries consistent with that.”

Enslow remained jailed on a felony warrant from Okmulgee County related to a 1998 embezzlement case, court records show.

A formal arraignment in the peeping Tom case is scheduled for July 15.

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