The crime of Indecent Exposure in Florida requires that you expose your sexual organs in a public place, on the private property of another, or so near it that you could be seen from the private property of another in a vulgar or indecent manner. A person merely urinating in a public place does not violate this law. A person may also not violate this law if they are not in a state of arousal while exhibiting their sexual organs and if their actions are not otherwise indecent, lewd, or obscene. However, if the person coupled his exposure with other inappropriate conduct, such as yelling curse words at the alleged victim, he may not have to be aroused.
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