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When he was reported for what was interpreted by the diners of a Naples McDonald’s as public lewd behavior expressed through dance, a homeless man was taken into custody for providing the undesired alleged performance.

On Sunday evening, the patrons of a Florida McDonald’s reportedly saw a man stripping off his clothing while “doing a strange dance.” Some of the witnesses also got the impression that the person was using a railing outside the eatery for sexual gratification.

Collier County Sheriff’s Deputies went to the fast food establishment with the impression that the suspect had dropped his pants while giving the unauthorized public show and saw that the man resembled someone who was not allowed to enter the location due to past problems.

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When the authorities came across a New Jersey man working as a Lyft driver, they allegedly found that he did not possess a valid driver’s license and that his DMV record displayed more than a few suspensions of his privilege to operate a motor vehicle.

On Saturday night, 57-year-old Leith Crossen was accused of using his Volkswagen Jetta to pick up and transport passengers for the Lyft ride service when he was not legally permitted to do so.

Crossen allegedly took a passenger to their destination on Long Island, and after departing the location his car ran out of gas.

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39-year-old Ali Borji worked as a professor at the University of Central Florida when he dated a student for a short time and allegedly proceeded to stalk her long after their relationship ceased.

Borji, who was an instructor of computer science at UCF, connected with a woman through the use of the dating site eHarmony. After they met in person last June, Borji began to engage in a relationship with the woman, who was pursuing her Ph.D. at the university.

The woman decided to break off the coupling not long after they began dating, but Borji allegedly did not want to end it. She reportedly asked him to leave her alone but he would not comply, and he continued to pursue her and send her several text messages a day. In one 24-hour period, Borji allegedly sent 800 digital messages to the victim. He also expressed his desire to create an artificial intelligence replica of her.