Naked Florida Man Flees Accident, Then Damages Two Police Cars

Naked man charged after damaging Marion Co. Sheriff’s vehicle

A concerned sheriff's deputy was trying to find out why a young man was walking down Florida highway naked. Details on the crash and whether Humphries was naked at that point were not released by the authorities.

Witnesses said that when Humphries couldn't get into the auto, he urinated on the vehicle.

Authorities say a Florida man got out of his vehicle after a crash, stripped off his clothes, walked away from the scene and then damaged a door of the responding deputy's patrol auto.

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He was "completely nude", according to a sheriff's office Facebook post.

The vehicle? It belonged to another deputy, who estimated the damage to be about $700. The cop can be heard asking on the video.

But when cops caught up with 18-year-old Andrew Humphries he did not appreciate being quizzed about his lack of attire.

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"You are absolutely naked, my man".

Deputies said because of his erratic behavior, they put Humphries in handcuffs in the back of a patrol auto.

Humphries then began kicking the rear passenger door of the auto and pulling on the metal cage. Deputies believe the door will need to be replaced now, and estimate about $1,000 worth of damage to the patrol vehicle.

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"What's the deal, my man?" the Marion County deputy is heard asking the man on a patrol vehicle camera recording the incident. The Florida Highway Patrol is conducting a separate investigation into the crash Humphries was originally involved in.


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