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“Hackl was asked why he was walking around without pants or underwear on,” notes a police report in Macungie, Pa. “He had no response.” Police were called since David Hackl, 58, was on the street wearing only a T-shirt and one sock near a school bus stop as kids were waiting to board. Officers took him back to his apartment to get pants, but Hackl chose instead to put a shirt on his legs — so they took him to jail that way, charged with indecent exposure and public drunkenness. Meanwhile, Kenneth Allen Beck, 64, was arrested in Utah’s Spanish Fork Canyon after several witnesses aged 8–16 reported he was running around without clothes, but “with bells hanging from his genitals.” Beck allegedly told sheriff’s deputies “he just likes doing what witnesses described to see their reaction.” (RC/Easton Express-Times, KSTU Salt Lake City) ...Ding dong: the police are calling.
Original Publication Date: 12 June 2016
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 22.

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