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Video: Naked Illegal Immigrant Fights with Cops

February 29, 2012  | 

VIDEO: Naked Illegal Immigrant Fights with Cops

After a physical confrontation, two California police officers arrested a naked illegal immigrant who showed up at a welding shop for a job interview while high on methamphetamine.

The ensuing struggle between the man and officers with the Sacramento Police Department was captured on cell-phone video by the shop's owner, reports CBS 13.

Officers responded to a call at 12:30 p.m. Saturday that a naked Latino man was rambling incoherently at the shop. That man, Jose Ayala, stared into space as officers approached him, and then physically resisted their efforts to escort him from the premises.

Ayala grabbed the hair of the female officer during the scuffle, and eventually the two officers arrested him. Ayala was charged with resisting arrest, indecent exposure, trying to escape, and assault on a police officer.


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jim @ 3/2/2012 8:23 AM

It can't be a lot of fun wrestling with naked guy! So, am I to assume that someone will assist this dangler back to where he came from?

martyb @ 3/2/2012 3:22 PM

Gotta love them crazy tweekers... Just one more thing to your list of stuff you're NOT supposed to do naked.
1.) Frying Chicken
2.) Frying Baccon
3.) WELDING

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