LSU fixes holes in bathroom stalls after Walker city prosecutor arrested for soliciting sex
BATON ROUGE - LSU maintenance workers have repaired a pair of holes in the restroom stall walls of Tureaud Hall on the Baton Rouge campus following an incident last week in which a City of Walker prosecutor was arrested for reportedly soliciting sex through one of the holes.
LSU administration confirmed two holes were located and fixed, but they have yet to provide a total cost for the repairs.
Last Friday, 60-year-old Michael Culpit was charged with one count of obscenity after it was found that he exposed his genitals through one of two holes in a bathroom stall in Tureaud Hall. The LSU Police Department arrest report said Culpit asked the man in the next stall for oral sex.
It was later revealed that Culpit, a Walker city prosecutor, had been banned from Tureaud Hall roughly five years ago for engaging in similar behavior, but was not arrested in connection with the earlier incident.
After his release on Saturday morning, Culpit resigned from his position and cleaned out his desk that afternoon, according to the mayor of Walker.