Man arrested after being found in septic tank of park restroom in Oklahoma

Man faces peeping tom charge

TULSA, Okla. - An Oklahoma man was arrested after a woman and her daughter found him in the septic tank of a park restroom.

Ambra Reynolds and her 7-year-old daughter went to use a women's restroom at White Water Park in Tulsa about 5 p.m. Sunday when Reynolds said she saw a man in the septic tank below the toilet looking up at them.

"It's not something you expect to see whenever you're wanting to go to the restroom," Reynolds said. "I screamed, grabbed my daughter, trampled my son on the way out, scared to death. We ran out."

Police said Kenneth Webster Enlow stayed in the toilet for 15 minutes until police arrived.

"He was just sitting down in the water, just wading," Reynolds said.

Rescue crews pulled Enlow from the toilet and cleaned him off with a fire hose. Police said Enlow told them his girlfriend hit him over the head with a tire iron and dumped him in the toilet.

Enlow was taken to a hospital, but doctors said he did not have injuries consistent with having been struck in the face or head.

Deputies said Enlow told them he didn't ask the woman for help because he was unconscious.

Enlow was arrested on a peeping tom charge.

"You know, there are plenty of sick individuals out there, but I don't think I've ever heard of anybody sicker than hiding themselves in a cesspool of an outhouse," one man said.