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Monday, September 27, 2010

Halloween-costume defense helps man beat exposure charge

A Florida man has been acquitted of charges that he exposed himself to high-school students in November 2008. His defense: He'd actually been wearing a Halloween costume that included a fake rubber penis. To convict him, the prosecution would have to prove the penis that students saw was actually real.

Hat Tip: Saw this via the Obscure Store!


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