Man pleads not guilty to making co-worker strip naked

AKRON, Ohio – A post office employee accused of forcing a female co-worker to strip naked and parade in front of everybody at their workplace pleaded not guilty on Wednesday, Action News' Wendy Gillette reported.

Despite his plea, police said they are convinced that Lonnie Wilson, 60, committed the crime. He is charged with kidnapping, gross sexual imposition and aggravated menacing.

Wilson, who worked at the remote encoding center in Akron, was set to retire from the U.S. Postal Service on Friday. Instead, he had to appear in court.

No one knows why Wilson (pictured, above) might have targeted his 43-year-old co-worker. Her attorney attended Wednesday's court hearing.

"I can tell the court she is terrified … terrified about him getting out and doing something else," the woman's lawyer told the court.

Bond was set at $75,000 with an option to pay 10 percent. If Wilson gets out of jail, he'll be ordered to stay in his house and to not contact his alleged victim.