Pretty Surprised So Much Was Made Of The Man That Wore His Birthday Suit To A Chicken Joint In The South
WKRG- If you were at Foosackly’s Friday evening at Cottage hill and Schillinger Roads, you saw a lot more than chicken fingers.
Eyewitnesses say the man acted erratically in the restaurant parking lot. It started with him banging on a car window, he crawled in a drainage ditch and tried to lie down in the drive through driveway.
Kelly Kraljevic says she saw him urinate on a truck and rub his genitals on vehicles.
Onlookers called police and deputies. They say it took about an hour for officers to get there and arrest him. No word on the man’s identity or charges against him.
The man has been identified as 39-year-old Patrick Glydewell of Saucier, Mississippi.
Glydewell is charged with public lewdness and disorderly conduct.
So men can't have mid-life crises anymore? That's illegal now? Is that what you are trying to tell me? Look at that guy. Standing buck ass naked in the middle of a parking lot at a fried chicken joint in the middle of the day. As much shame on his person as concealing fabric. Junk out just roasting in the summer sun as he tries to find himself. I suppose you could argue that his conduct was inappropriate, but what self respecting man hasn't pissed on something that wasn't his and/or put his balls somewhere they probably didn't belong? Can't we give this dude a pass? He's clearly got some issues to figure out. Number one being the quickest way to get the hallucinogens - that have him mindlessly staring at the side of a Foosackly's like the meaning of life resides beneath the breading of a chicken finger - out of his system. Followed closely by whatever problems led to him take said drugs in the first place. Still, this doesn't seem like it should be a prison worthy offense in the South. I figured they would be a little more understanding of someone's need to find clarity through the use of mind altering drugs, untimely nudity and light genital contact. Guess they simply aren't as progressive as I thought they were below the Mason-Dixon line.