Day at the park in Rancho Bernardo turns into a scarring experience for one man.
RANCHO BERNARDO, Calif. (KGTV) - In an instant, a local man's evening with his family at a park turned sordid.
In the early evening on July 4, many families were soaking in the holiday at Rancho Bernardo Community Park.
Bob Noe, his wife and adult son had just walked a lap around the park when Noe's back started to hurt.
As he waited in his car while his family did one more lap, Noe said someone appeared at his door.
Noe said a man who appeared to be about 50 years old introduced himself as "Roberto."
Noe told 10News the man casually made small talk for a few minutes, and Roberto began massaging his trousers. The man then exposed himself, and according to Noe, he asked if he was "interested."
Noe said he told Roberto to get lost, just as his family returned.
Not long after, he and his family went looking for the man, fearful of who he might target next.
Noe said they found him "hiding" by reclining fully in the front seat of a car. Noe snapped a photo of his Baja California license plate before he drove off.
Police told Noe that Mexico does not share license plate information unless a car has been reported stolen.