In a suburb of Seattle, police have shed light on a video making rounds on the internet showing a nude man inside a JCPenney outlet.
"The individual depicted in the video was in mental crisis. Shortly after the video shared online ends, the individual had a serious medical emergency which necessitated the need for medics and transportation to the hospital," Tukwila Police Department said on Facebook.
The episode took place on Oct. 1, as reported by the Daily Mail. The clip starts with one man trailing another who is only wearing socks. The person capturing the video can be heard mentioning that they are in the children's section, followed by visuals of a second man trailing the naked individual.
Seattle- Parents Confront Naked Man at Tukwila JCPenney
-Allegedly Attempting to Touch Kids Inappropriately / holding on to two children
-Incident officially characterized as 'someone in mental crisis'
-Detained, taken to hospital by Tukwila Police
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— Biasedly Unbiased (@DiRealDan) October 10, 2023
The unclothed man and several others found themselves cornered before a large fight erupted, with audible screams from onlookers. The surrounding individuals attacked the undressed man until someone started yelling "enough" over and over.
The video implies that the man attempted to touch two children accompanying him in the store. However, the police have yet to find any evidence supporting this claim.
He was found without clothes, was taken into custody and faces charges of misdemeanor assault.
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