Police said he seemed to think it didn't matter if he wandered around the lobby of the Crowne Plaza hotel naked with shaving cream covering his private parts.
MOON TWP, Pa. — A popular alternative rock band's front man went full frontal at a hotel during a recent tour stop, according to police.
James Maxwell Collins, 24, the singer and bass player of California-based trio Eve 6, was arrested for indecent exposure after putting on a different kind of show for some employees of the Crowne Plaza hotel.
Front desk clerk Sandra Christian thought nothing of Collins' request for shaving cream until he walked away and she noticed he was naked, according to the police report.
Moments later another employee, Joseph Polonchak, spied Collins sitting naked at the hotel lobby piano. The wide-eyed worker told police he instructed the singer to go to his room and get his clothes.
But Collins soon re-emerged from the elevator naked once more — save for some well-placed shaving cream — and ran around the hotel lobby, according to the police report.
Collins finally returned to his room, which was reportedly spattered with shaving cream, and police were called.
When police found Collins naked in his room, according to one responding officer, the rocker "admitted that he had been naked in the lobby but did not seem to think that this was a problem."
Police did, and they charged Collins with indecent exposure. He was later released.
Eve 6 scored a hit in 1998 with their song "Inside Out." Their third album is due out this summer.