A Guthrie man has been charged with child neglect for allegedly leaving his 5-year-old son alone in his pickup while he drank beer in a strip club. Gary Dean Madison II, 34, also is charged with cocaine possession. The father had been inside Fancy's, a Valley Brook strip club, for more than two hours the evening of May 25, a Valley Brook police officer reported. His son was not harmed. The father had left the pickup running and the air conditioning on, the officer reported. He told the officer, "(My son) was asleep, and I thought it would be OK to go in there and have a beer,” according to the report. The boy was found by his mother, Toby Madison. She said she had not been able to make contact with Gary Madison or their son "for quite some time” so she drove around until she found his 2007 Ford pickup in Fancy's parking lot, the officer reported. The officer reported the father said he had locked the key inside the pickup. The mother eventually was able to get the boy to wake up and unlock the door. The father told police he didn't know how long he'd been inside Fancy's. He told the officer, "I didn't finish my pitcher of beer. … I am feeling a little bit of a buzz,” according to the officer's report. The officer said he determined how long Gary Madison was inside the club from the club's video surveillance. The father admitted what he did was wrong and that he has a drinking problem, the officer also reported. The father said, "I don't know how long you can leave a child by themselves, if you can leave them at all,” according to the report. The two-county felony charge was filed Friday in Oklahoma County District Court. Gary Madison was released on bail from the Oklahoma County jail May 28. He couldn't be reached for comment.