Two women were arrested for public indecency during an event hosted by the Girls Gone Wild tour bus at a bar in downtown Plain City.

Two women were arrested for public indecency during an event hosted by the Girls Gone Wild tour bus at a bar in downtown Plain City.

Plain City Police Chief James Hill said officers were called to Bigelow's Brew House, 209 W. Bigelow Ave., at approximately 10 p.m. July 20 after state liquor patrol agents witnessed patrons publicly exposing themselves.

Kimberly A. Fry, 35, of Marysville, and Megan K. Jones, 21, of Bloomingburg, were arrested for public indecency, Hill said. Jones told officials she works for the Girls Gone Wild production company.

After receiving a tip from another law enforcement agency that the Girls Gone Wild bus was heading to Plain City, Chief Hill contacted the state liquor patrol to request the help of state agents to monitor the situation.

According to Hill, the Ohio Investigative Unit, a division of the Ohio Department of Public Safety, issued three citations to the bar owner Tim O'Connors: one for improper conduct, one for public indecency and the third citation for improper labeling of liquor bottles.

O'Connors, who has a long history of owning bars and restaurants in the area, said he feels set up.

"If the police didn't want that here, then why didn't they come to me and tell me?" he asked. "I would not have had it here."

He said he was in the kitchen and didn't see what happened to cause the arrests, but he was told it was not an actual sex act or anything as lewd as police have implied.

O'Connors will have to go before the Liquor Control Commission to address the violations. Potential punishment could include a fine or suspension of his liquor license.

Fry and Jones were released at the scene and summoned to appear in Madison County Municipal Court at 10:30 a.m. on Aug. 3.

Holly Zachariah of The Columbus Dispatch contributed to this story.