UNION COUNTY, NC (Lavendrick Smith/The Charlotte Observer) - A man and a woman were arrested Thursday after they decided to flag down a South Carolina state trooper to settle a dispute over money.
The money, the trooper said, was for prostitution.
The two were arguing on a highway in Union County when they stopped the trooper, who told sheriff's deputies the dispute was over prostitution money, according to multiple media reports.
The woman, 30-year-old Kimberly Moore, said the man offered her $150, according to Fox Carolina. The man, 60-year-old Robert Sartor Jr., admitted he planned on getting a motel room and offering Moore $150. However, Sartor claimed Moore owed him money for driving her around, the TV station reported.
Sartor was wearing gym shorts with no underwear during the encounter. A deputy said that's how johns typically dress when they are looking for a prostitute, the Union Daily Times reported.
He was asked to empty his pockets, and an object for sexual gratification fell out, according to the newspaper.