A naked man in Georgia was arrested on Friday after stealing an ambulance and taking the vehicle out while driving naked.
Bibb County Sheriff’s said Macon residents reported an ambulance moving aggressively without its headlight turned on near Mercer University Drive. MSN reported that the ambulance was also doing burnouts in the parking lot.
Authorities responded to the scene; however, the naked man did not stop the ambulance, leading to a short pursuit. He attempted to escape the deputies by ditching the ambulance and fleeing on foot. He was later arrested around Eisenhower Parkway.
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The naked man was taken into custody and identified as 48-year-old Bradley Jermaine Baker. Officials said Baker is suspected to be under the influence of narcotics.
Fox News revealed Baker had existing active warrants in Bibb and Douglas Counties. Baker now faces charges of driving under the influence of drugs, public indecency, fleeing a police officer for a felony offense, theft by taking, driving while his license is suspended or revoked, and probation violation.
Baker is held without bond and booked into the Bibb County Jail.
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