Quiznos Roadside Dancer Arrested
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Jeremy Johnson is one of those human advertisements you see along the road dancing and spinning a sign - in his case promoting a Quiznos sub shop. Having become famous in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, he decided to give drivers a special show. So he moved his routine to the top rail of a bridge. Motorists mistook him for a jumper and called police, who charged him with disorderly conduct. Quiznos says he was just doing his job.
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