Cops Nab Streaker on the Ike
No connection to Blackhawk victory, say police
NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 28: Police crime scene tape lies in the street outside Club Kalua club where Sean Bell was shot and killed November 28, 2006 in Jamaica, Queens, New York City. Sean Bell was killed and two friends wounded when New York City police fired 50 shots at them outside a strip club after Bell's bachelor party. (Photo by Stephen Chernin/Getty Images)
Thursday, Jun 10, 2010 Updated at 1:47 PM CST
We've heard of cracks in the road, but this is ridiculous.
Police detained a naked man who streaked across the Eisenhower Thursday, reports the Sun-Times.
The "totally naked" man had set fire to a sign at 1:30 a.m. near the expressway at Garfield Park before running onto the L tracks at the Pulaski Blue Line stop, said police. From there, he reportedly streaked across the lanes of the Ike.
And before you start cracking jokes, the Sun-Times reports that he was not an overzealous Blackhawks fan.
Besides, the Blackhawks inspired men to show off their beards, not their rears.
Police took the man to John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital for mental observation, according to the Sun-Times.
Matt Bartosik is a Chicago native and a social media sovereign.
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