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Naked man leads law enforcement officers on high-speed chase

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If there was a DWN charge–driving while naked–a North Mankato man would be facing it. Instead, the 34-year-old is charged with fleeing police, DWI and indecent exposure after leading officers on a high speed chase while unclothed.

KARE 11 reports that Nicollet County deputies responded to a report of a man 'acting lewd' at a park near St. Peter on Sunday afternoon. When deputies arrived, they were told the man had fled in a silver Ford Focus. That vehicle was spotted on Highway 169 by North Mankato police, who began pursuing it. The State Patrol deployed stop sticks but the suspect ran over them.

Finally, the driver pulled over but refused to get out of the car. (He was naked, remember.) Officers broke the windows and pulled him out.

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