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Boise Streaker Picks Wrong Path To Elude Police

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Boise Streaker Picks Wrong Path To Elude Police

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Boise Streaker Picks Wrong Path To Elude Police

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Police say a man in Boise, Idaho, went running naked through a park. Police gave chase. When they caught up to him, the naked man had become entangled in the barbed wire on top of a fence.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Police say a man in Boise, Idaho went running naked through a park. They know this because he went streaking past a squad car. Now, police told Grant Carter to stop, and he did. But then he ran, so the cops gave chase. It goes without saying that the cops filed charges once they caught the guy. But by then he'd already been served with poetic justice. Police caught up to the naked man when he became entangled in the barbed wire on the top of a fence. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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