FRAMINGHAM – A Framingham man has been banned from the MetroWest YMCA after approaching a teen, asking her to model, and givng her his business card with topless women.
Police arrested on Monday, April 1, Robert Bund, 70, of 915 Edgell Road of Framingham. He was charged him with disseminating matter harmful to a minor.
The arrest comes after an investigation of an incident that happened at the MetroWest YMCA in Framingham on February 4.
A teenage girl was working out at the YMCA when she was approached by Bund, according to a police report filed at the court house.
“Bund asked her if she would ever wanted to model,” according to the police report.
The girl said no.
Police sad the teen told them the man gave her a business card with women in sexual provocative poses and some without clothes on.
The girl told him no, but he still handed the girl a business card that featured topless women and other women in various revealing poses, police wrote in the report.
According to the police, YMCA management spoke to Bund, and he refused to give them his business card.
He didn’t want to “incriminate” himself.
Bund was then told he was prohibited from the YMCA. The MetroWest YMCA also called Framingham Police.
After an investigation, police obtained a warrant, and arrested Bund on Monday.
Framingham District Court Judge David Cunis released Bund without bail. The judge ordered him to stay away from the YMCA.
Booking photo courtesy of Framingham Police