Man found hiding in septic tank, arrested for sneaking a peek

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Kenneth Enlow

TULSA COUNTY, Okla. — Climbing down a dirty, smelly septic tank would make just about anyone cringe. But Oklahoma police said one man did just that in an effort to sneak a peek at women using the restroom.

According to KOTV in Tulsa, Kenneth Webster Enlow, 52, was arrested on a peeping tom complaint after a woman saw him peering up at her when taking her 7-year-old daughter to the bathroom at Keystone Lake just west of Tulsa.

When police arrived, they found Enlow standing with his head and shoulders sticking out of the toilet covered in feces. Fire and rescue crews helped him crawl out and firefighters used a fire hose to wash him off.

Enlow told authorities his girlfriend hit him in the head and dumped him in the toilet just 30 minutes before he was found. Enlow said he was knocked unconscious and could not call for help when the woman and her daughter entered the bathroom.

Police said Enlow did not appear to have any injuries that would be consistent with being struck in the head with a tire iron. Medical personnel at OSU Medical Center confirmed Enlow had not been struck in the head, although Enlow did suffer scratches on his arms that police determined were caused by climbing into the toilet.

Enlow was taken to the Tulsa County jail where he was booked on a peeping tom complaint and on outstanding warrants for embezzlement and dumping trash on public or private property.

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