Former Atlanta Falcon Jamal Anderson is accused of exposing himself in front of a store clerk at a Gwinnett County QuikTrip.
Police in Suwanee said Anderson exposed himself in front of a clerk at a QuikTrip store on Buford Highway on Wednesday morning.
A clerk reportedly called 911 and told a dispatcher that Anderson was in the store, exposing himself. Police said officers arrived and spoke to Anderson, who appeared intoxicated.
The clerk didn't want to press charges, so Anderson was reportedly issued a ticket for criminal trespassing and police got him an Uber ride home.
CBS46 is working to confirm more details and will keep you updated on the story.
Anderson jailed in 2015 for DUI
Anderson, a former Falcons running back, served five days of a twelve-day sentence after pleading guilty to a DUI in September 2015.
At that time, police pulled Anderson over after he came to a stop on the roadway. He was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain a lane. Anderson spent eight seasons with the Falcons before a knee injury ended his career.