updated 10/31/2007 10:39:45 PM ET 2007-11-01T02:39:45

A man accused of kicking an argument with his neighbor up a notch by removing his shirt to reveal a two-word expletive tattoo faces 90 days probation and a $50 fine.

Jason Kaminski pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a summary charge of disorderly conduct.

Neighbor Chris Carr said he asked Kaminski if he could keep the noise down following a noisy party. Carr said Kaminski cursed, bared the expletive tattoo on his chest, kicked Carr's vehicle and motioned as though to break off his rear view mirror.

Carr didn't attend the court hearing in West Chester. Assistant District Attorney Beth Bowers said Carr doesn't object to Kaminski's summary plea.

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