Man allegedly flashes patrons, evacuates bar, still pays tab

SEATTLE -- So, you know how no matter how big Bruce Banner gets when he transforms into the muscle-bound Hulk, his purple pants -- in seeming defiance of both physics and elastic waistbands -- stay firmly in place? This story is pretty much the exact opposite of that.

According to the Seattle Police Department, a man at West Seattle's Yen Wor Village Restaurant and Bar early Monday simply couldn't keep his purple sweatpants on, exposing himself multiple times to staff and patrons, before causing the evacuation of the business when he discharged a fire extinguisher.

Police arrived around 1 a.m. to find the man outside the bar with his pants around his ankles, according to the report.

Bar staff told officers the man repeatedly pulled his pants down, at one point mooning the entire bar, before they finally told him to pay his tab and leave.

In probably the most surprising part of the story, the man actually did pay his tab before wandering into a back hallway.

Staff evacuated the bar when what looked like smoke started coming from the hallway. But, the smoke turned out to be the result of the man completely discharging the bar's fire extinguisher, according to the report.

The man was arrested and booked into King County Jail for investigation of property damage and indecent exposure.