According to authorities, Robinson entered the facility bathroom and then emerged with his pants undone while he held his penis in hand. Based on the description of the event in the article, it sounds like Robinson deliberately exposed his sexual organs to his victim. The article says that Robinson and the victim did not know each other beforehand so it is likely that he chose them at random.
Prior to the incident, the article doesn't indicate that the accused was doing anything unsavory that would have raised a red flag.
WEAR-TV did not report any other information, such as gender or age, of the victim in question. It is also not clear if anyone else was witness to the event, such as store employees or other customers, nor is there any indication that Robinson's actions were caught on video.
However, the outlet does state that Robinson said, "Thank you baby, I love you," after he was confronted by the police officers on the scene. It was not made clear whether he was speaking to the authorities when he said this or if he was referring to the victim.
Reports do not indicate any physical harm coming to the victim, as authorities arrived after Robinson left the store and arrested him. He is currently being held at the Alachua County Jail and will be charged with exposure of sexual organs.
The CVS where the reported incident occurred was located at the address of 15174 NW US Hwy 441 in Alachua county, which is part of the Gainesville, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.
His bond was set at $10,000. If his bond is paid, then Robinson will be released from jail until his court date is set. No intel about his legal proceedings is available at this time.
Strangely enough, a similar incident happened earlier this year at a Walmart in the same city. The 53-year-old man in question was also named Kelvin.
Per an article from CBS 4 News, in January, Florida man Kelvin Bolton was accused of walking down the greeting card aisle "while masturbating for about 40 seconds." Beyond shared first names, there is no evidence that the two cases are related.
Last month, The Inquisitr reported the case of another Florida man accused of an unusual crime, as Christian Eugene Mosco allegedly impersonated a prosecutor in an attempt to get charges against him dropped.