Anthony Robinson, the man accused of stealing ladies' underthings from the Union Square Victoria's Secret on no fewer than five separate occasions, has been allowed to walk free on the streets of San Francisco.

According to the Examiner, Robinson was released on his own recognizance until his next court date, despite protests from the prosecutor and, one would imagine, the security detail at the Union Square Victoria's Secret. Robinson was apparently pretty easy to identify during his earlier arrests in February, when he was spotted on the street just outside the store wearing the same outfit he had on in the security footage. He later returned to the store at least two more times before he was arrested on May 20th.

For his return trips to the store, Robinson faces one count of robbery, five counts of commercial burglary and four counts of panty petty theft. He will return to court on June 9th, hopefully with a clean pair of drawers.

Previously: Serial Panty Pirate Nabbed In Union Square