A Londonderry man allegedly caught with £10,000 of cannabis exposed himself to a 16-year-old boy, a court has heard.
Sean Logue, 23, of Lisfannon Park, is charged with possessing a class B drug with intent to supply and exposing himself to cause alarm or distress.
A police officer told the court Mr Logue was arrested on a bus after a complaint he had exposed himself to the boy at Belfast’s Europa bus station.
Herbal cannabis was allegedly found when police searched his bag.
The incident happened on Thursday, 12 March.
Lodging a bail application at Belfast Magistrates Court, the accused’s solicitor claimed there had been a second man involved and it was he who had suggested to Mr Logue to “drop his trousers”.
“It’s bizarre to say the least,” the solicitor said, “if you are a drugs courier you do not draw attention to yourself and you do not stand in the middle of a bus station and drop your trousers.”
Releasing Mr Logue on bail with conditions that he does not drink or take drugs, District Judge Bernadette Kelly ordered him not to have any contact with anyone under 18 and to sign at his local police station twice a week.
Mrs Kelly warned Logue him if he breached any of the conditions, “you will be locked up until the case is finished”.
She adjourned the case until 11 May.