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An Oklahoma man is accused of spying on people in an outhouse by hiding in the septic tank.

Kenneth Webster Enlow, of Tulsa, was arrested after a woman and her daughter saw him in the bottom of the toilet at a women's restroom at a park on Sunday.

The victim says she had taken her seven-year-old daughter into the bathroom and looked down into the hold after seeing the water move.

She looked closer and noticed that there was a man looking up at her. She said the man never asked her for help, but when he saw the police he began to call out for help.

Rescue crews pulled the feces-covered Enlow, 52, out of the sewage and hosed himi off. Police then arrested him.

The 6' tall and 240 pound Enlow claimed he was dumped in the pit by his girlfriend after she hit him in the head with a tire iron. Police say he did not have any injuries consistent with that claim.

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