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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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A Jacksonville, Florida, school teacher is facing charges for hitting another mother who was present at a youth baseball practice when the teacher allegedly took offense to the other woman’s choice of clothing.

On February 23 at the Orange Park Athletic Association baseball field around 7:00 p.m. parents and spectators gathered to watch children during a little league practice session. Terry Lee Coursey, a 37-year-old mother and language arts teacher employed at Clay High School, was amongst those in attendance.

Coursey, who is from Mesquite, Texas, but now resides in Orange Park, Florida, reportedly noticed another mother and took issue with the woman’s attire, and chastised her for wearing shorts that exposed more than what she felt was appropriate for the event.

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A police officer for the New York Police Department was fired for a positive drug test result showing methamphetamines in his system, but the cop has denied the allegations and stated the results were compromised by his apparel.

Nearly 20 years ago the NYPD began implementing drug testing through collection of hair instead of the previously used urine tests. This method was chosen as the best way to ensure officers were not under the influence of narcotics due to the fact that testing the hair is reportedly more reliable, can detect substances in the system for a much longer period, and are less costly than urine sample tests.

33-year-old NYPD officer Brian Quire served on the Manhattan warrant squad and held a position with the police department for 12 years. Quire earned the nickname “Legs” by his colleagues due to his regular choice of shorts for his attire.