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August 31, 2010


On Sunday morning, just after midnight, an Oregon State Police trooper says he spotted a man standing in the eastbound lane of Highway 224, about 15 miles east of Estacada. The man had his pants down around his ankles and was mooning the trooper's approaching patrol car.

(Thanks to Chuck Cody)


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Seems more like an assteroid than a moon.

"Clackamas" is an old Native American word that apparently roughly translates as "Dumbamas".

Welcome to 'Clackamas Jail'
You mooned a State Trooper: FAIL!
You'll find 'Clackamas'
Is a PAIN-in-the-@ss!
Uranus will be quite the 'tale'...

♬ Pants on the ground...♫

Wait till he's gotta moon Bubba.

He must of thought that his butt looked pretty good. I'll bet there weren't any booty pops involved with his rear end. LOL.

Good one, tf8!

It's a tradition here.

I wonder if he said: "Isshhh there a pwobwem offfishur ?"


If he wasn't interfering with traffic, his bare butt was legal in Oregon; Wikipedia says that "In some states, such as Oregon, public nudity is legal and protected as free speech, as long as there is not the 'intent to arouse'." That includes exposing the genitals.

"Legal" and "appropriate" are not the same, particularly when you are on probation. He had his priorities ass backwards.

Intent to Arouse is the new Katy Perry CD, right?

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