Man Charged For Wearing Skimpy Swimsuit

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  1. maketoast

    maketoast Former Member

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    (Arkansas) - A man's skimpy swimsuit was too much, or too little, for Taco Bell workers. Employees at Taco Bell called police when the man walked into the restaurant wearing only a tiny black Speedo swimsuit and a cut-off T-shirt. Caddo Valley Police Chief Hiram Latin said his attire, or lack thereof, was a little too revealing. "He was inappropriately dressed for a restaurant," said Latin. He said the man had left his clothes at a lake. The man faces a $750 fine and possible jail time if convicted of indecent exposure. According to Arkansas law, a person can be charged with indecent exposure if "he knows his conduct is likely to cause affront or alarm." Police ticketed the man and took photos of him in the Speedo, for use in court.

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    What a nut! Now that's one thing you would NEVER catch me in!
     
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  3. Mimi

    Mimi New Member

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    That was one of my few dating rules...no men in speedos! :hand:

    We will let you know if and when we are interested in "viewing the package" guys..until then....keep them in the shorts! LOL

    MiMi

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    LOL... I think the biggest crime in that whole article is the writer refering To Taco Bell as a restaurant. :eek:
     
  5. Mimi

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    HAHA Cass...that too is criminal- a true dining experience NOT! LOL
     

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