A bra-wearing man with women’s undies got busted after a report that a person was refusing to let people use an automated teller machine, according to a recently released arrest affidavit.

Officials reported a man wearing a jacket and riding a bicycle was standing in front of the ATM and not letting customers use it. Police confronted the man with an apparent like for lingerie about 11 a.m. Nov. 3

Fort Pierce police found the man, identified as 33-year-old Gregory Herndon.

Asked if he could empty his pockets, Herndon said, “I guess so.”

He pulled out women’s underwear, a crack pipe, brass wool and two drug needles. He also had a BB&T card and a pill bottle, each belonging to the same woman.

Police also discovered Herndon was sporting a brassiere, a woman’s undergarment not traditionally donned by dudes.

Police called the woman who owned the BB&T card and pill bottle. She said she knew Herndon had the items. The affidavit did not state whether she also owned the bra and ladies undies.

Herndon, of the 3200 block of South U.S. 1 in Fort Pierce, was arrested on drug equipment possession and/or use and resist officer obstruct without violence charges.