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Naked Jogger Stopped by Cops in West Palm Beach; Unfortunately, There Are Pictures

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Sometimes the Twitter universe finds the news before we do -- like the handful of people who happened to witness an elderly gentlemen allegedly jogging naked down Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach.

West Palm Beach police spokesman Chase Scott tells the Pulp there's not much more to it than what we just described, but he adds that the man currently is not facing charges, as he's undergoing a mental evaluation.

This happened just a few hours ago, and as promised, here are the pictures of West Palm's naked jogger, taken by Twitter user toughguy1967:


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