PHILLIPSBURG — A 52-year-old man in costume has been accused of exposing his penis to a 10-year-old boy and his mother while they were trick-or-treating on Monday.

Thomas Mohring was wearing a pink bunny outfit at the time of the alleged incident in Phillipsburg, according to Warren County Prosecutor James Pfeiffer.

As police officers approached him, Mohring was trying to cover up a crotch-level hole in the outfit, he continued.

Mohring, of Alpha, has been charged with third-degree endangering the welfare of a child (sexual conduct) and fourth-degree lewdness.

The bunny outfit appears to be a Halloween tradition, as a post to Mohring’s personal Facebook page from two years ago captioned “Another Halloween with Tom," shows him wearing a pink, fuzz-trimmed costume.

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