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Jamal Anderson was not jailed after exposing himself at a QuikTrip on Wednesday morning, but was banned from the store.

By SI Wire
December 15, 2016

Former NFL running back Jamal Anderson has been banned from a QuikTrip after he exposed himself while reportedly intoxicated in the early hours of Wednesday morning, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Anderson, 44, was not arrested because the store clerk did not want to prosecute. Police issued a warning for criminal trespassing, which bans him from returning to that QuikTrip. 

“There was nothing out of the ordinary, outside of him masturbating in the store,” Suwanee police Captain Shane​ Edmisten told USA Today.

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He was previously arrested in August and was charged driving with with a suspended license and a move-over violation. He posted bond and was released from jail. Back in 2009, Anderson was arrested on drug possession charges.

Anderson played eight seasons in the NFL and was a member of the Atlanta Falcons' 1998 Super Bowl roster. He last played in 2001.

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