An FBI special agent who pleaded guilty to indecent exposure in connection with an incident at the University of Arizona was sentenced Thursday to five days in jail and three years probation.

Pima County Justice of the Peace Jose Luis Castillo also ordered Ryan Seese, 34, to undergo a psycho-sexual evaluation and participate in any treatment programs recommended as a result, said Deputy Pima County Attorney Jesse Delaney.

Seese was cited last May on suspicion of public sexual indecency, criminal trespassing and indecent exposure after a custodial worker told officers she opened a bathroom stall in the Student Union and saw Seese masturbating, according to UA police.

Seese was caught after a short chase that led to a nearby parking garage, Sgt. Eugene Mejia said at the time.

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Seese told UA police he was with law enforcement, so they checked his credentials, which verified he was an FBI agent, Mejia said.

The current employment status of Seese is unknown; calls to the FBI office in Phoenix weren't immediately returned Thursday.