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Naked man arrested after climbing on Palestine PD squad car

Source: Palestine PD Source: Palestine PD
PALESTINE, TX (KLTV) -

As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words.

The Palestine Police Department posted a picture of a naked man who decided to climb onto the hood of a PPD patrol unit on its Facebook page Monday afternoon.

“Received a call this morning about a naked man walking the streets,” the Facebook post stated. “He was arrested for public intoxication, unknown narcotic.”

The Palestine PD Facebook post also stated that there's, “Never a dull moment in policing."

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