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Police chief: man tied to park trees waiting for sex

Two officers with the Department of Natural Resources on a routine Ramsey park patrol Thursday stumbled on a Minnesota man who was blindfolded, exposed and tied to trees, apparently waiting to engage in "anonymous sex." It was not an unfamiliar scene, officers said.
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Two officers with the Department of Natural Resources on a routine Ramsey park patrol Thursday stumbled on a Minnesota man who was blindfolded, exposed and tied to trees, apparently waiting to engage in "anonymous sex." It was not an unfamiliar scene, officers said.

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