This nutter was clocked speeding the wrong way down I-29 in Kansas City, Mo. on Sunday by a motorist travelling on the opposite Freeway.
Jess Fishell captured the moment the nudist sped past him on his ultra conspicuous bright yellow ATV. Over 10 Police Units were hot on the naked butt of this lunatic as he tried to flee from their efforts to pull him over.
Talking about the incident as it unfolded, Jess said: ‘White dude, naked as a jaybird, on an ATV, running against traffic on the I-29″
‘The cops have a rolling roadblock, I swear to god there’s like 12 of them behind us. this dude is butt-ass nekkid’
‘Holy fuck. there’s like seven more getting on the highway.
‘He’s getting ready to pass us.
‘Dude as naked as shit. only in Kansas city.
Continuing his commentary, the impromptu cameraman says: ‘Wow…this dude is going faster in an ATV than we can go in cars.
‘We were trying to figure what was going on, then we see a naked guy on the highway.
The male was later caught by Cops and there are no prizes for guessing that he was off of his face on drugs.
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