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CLEARFIELD, Utah (AP) -- A Utah man wearing no shirt, no shoes -- and no pants -- has landed in legal trouble.
Last month the 51-year-old Sunset man allegedly entered a local convenience store in the buff on multiple occasions. Clearfield police say in August he also made a trip through a restaurant drive-thru, au naturel.
City prosecutors charged the man in justice court with misdemeanor lewdness.
But now county prosecutors are investigating allegations of witness tampering.
Clearfield Assistant Police Chief Greg Krusi says that in the past week, the man called the store asking for permission to enter the business naked.
Krusi says the man wanted to convince clerks not to testify against him.
Police staked out the store and saw the man strip down before going inside.
Officers arrested the man and booked him into the Davis County jail for allegedly driving under the influence, lewdness and telephone harassment.
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