A La Crosse priest was cited Thursday for disorderly conduct after asking a Wausau massage therapist to touch his genitals.
Wausau television station WSAW reported that Monsignor Bernard McGarty, 89, was receiving a massage when he lifted the coverings off his groin and asked the masseuse to rub his genitals.
The massage therapist refused and left the room, according to WSAW; she told police McGarty then called her a derogatory name.
McGarty was not arrested but issued a $250 ticket.
Wausau police did not immediately respond to a message left Friday.
A retired priest, McGarty served in several leadership positions with the Diocese of La Crosse and is a visiting scholar of ecumenical studies at Viterbo University.
McGarty declined to comment Friday.