Raymond Taylor, a part-time instructor at Kennesaw State University, was arrested Monday after students reported that he had exposed himself in class, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Taylor was charged with public indecency, and was released from jail Tuesday after posting $5,000 bond. He declined to discuss the situation. Ken Harmon, interim provost at the university, said, "He will not be teaching again at KSU."
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