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Naked man bathing in a Wisconsin laundry room tells building manager to leave

A 30-year-old River Falls, Wis., man was found naked while bathing in the laundry room sinks of an apartment building basement at 1011 S. State St. A female manager came upon the man Tuesday morning, Dec. 1. She told him to please get dressed and...

A 30-year-old River Falls, Wis., man was found naked while bathing in the laundry room sinks of an apartment building basement at 1011 S. State St.

A female manager came upon the man Tuesday morning, Dec. 1.

She told him to please get dressed and leave at once. He allegedly said no, he wasn’t done with his bath.

Then he asked the manager to please leave so he could keep bathing and for her to turn off the lights on her way out.

A police officer had to be summoned. He found the man still bathing in the right sink with his legs draped over the left sink.

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The man argued with the officer about ending his bath but finally did.

The man, described as homeless, was taken to Pierce County Jail. He wasn’t cited for disorderly conduct because he has a pile of unpaid municipal citations dating back years.

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