Police said a man walked into a Gastonia nonprofit, which is a safe place for rape victims, and exposed himself.
Officials said they believe he is the same man who showed himself to a woman at a church a few days ago.
Dea Williams went to jail to serve two months for indecent exposure. Police said the registered sex offender was only out of jail for two weeks when he came to Family Services Incorporated.
Eyewitness News was told Williams was looking for a place to stay when someone working at the nonprofit said he exposed himself.
"This is not acceptable," said Executive Director Jan Deans. "Not here."
A rape counselor said Wednesday she saw Williams expose his private parts while standing in the lobby. No one else was around at the time.
"When someone exposes himself like this man did, it's just another form of sexual assault," Deans said.
The employees called 911 and they drove around looking for the man after he left.
"We wanted to find him then report him police, so they would know where he was," Deans said.
They didn't know Williams is also suspected of exposing himself to a woman at a Gastonia church last week or that he's been charged several times with indecent exposure.
Last year he was declared a registered sex offender for felonious indecent exposure. The courts placed him on GPS monitoring.
"We need to get this taken care of, get this stopped before it gets out of control," said Sgt. Jimmy Arndt with Gastonia Police Department.
Police said Williams obviously has a chronic problem.
"(He) needs to deal with it and get him the help he needs," Arndt said.
The multiple arrests may keep Williams from getting help from charities. He cannot go back to Family Services, and he has been banned from a local shelter that assists homeless people with criminal records.
Williams wears a GPS since he was charged last year, but the device doesn't track his exact location and only tells officers where he has been.