A naked man was arrested in May after he caused quite the scene at a San Francisco subway station.
The unidentified man’s antics were caught on video, and that footage has just surfaced.
In the video, the man with his wild head of hair uses fare gates as a balance beam before doing some naked stretches followed by a naked backflip.
As commuters stand in the station, the man begins to run throughout the platform, causing subway passengers to flee for cover in an agent’s booth.
The incident went down at the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, and someone caught it on their cell phone.
As you can imagine, the video of a naked man doing backflips in a San Francisco subway station quickly went viral.
The man was able to perform his naked tricks for seven minutes before police arrived to restrain and arrest him for indecent exposure.
In the video, you can hear one female subway passenger say, “Police, hurry up and get here, please.”
The 24-year-old man was taking into custody and placed under psychiatric evaluation.
The man has since been released from state care, and he was charged with misdemeanor battery.
Here’s the censored video from CNN. You can watch the uncensored video on YouTube:
At this time, workers for BART have requested a court order that will keep the naked man from riding any subway trains.
Sadly, it is all too often that we report on the crazy antics of naked people; however, this is the first time we can claim that the person in question was performing naked backflips and balance beam acts.
Do you think this man deserves more psychiatric observation or a court order against his use of the San Francisco subway system?