Skinny Dipper to Pasco Police: “It Was on My Bucket List”
I think it's healthy to have a bucket list. There are just some things that a person needs to do before they die, to have lived a full and complete life.I think it's healthy to have a bucket list. There are just some things that a person needs to do before they die, to have lived a full and complete life.
For some people, it's skydiving or climbing the tallest mountain. For others, it's traveling afar to a foreign land or buying that fast car you've always wanted. And quite frankly, if you're going to put skinny dipping on your bucket list, why do it somewhere legal? Where is the danger and excitement in that? But generally, I've always thought of a bucket list as something you would start to conquer later in life. This fellow is only 23 years old, but saw an opportunity to check one of the things off of his bucket list so he went for it. It was shortly after midnight last night when officers responded to Memorial Park after receiving a report of a male there swimming in the pool! He had to climb the chain link fence topped with barbed wire to get in. With lows at night in the 40's, it wasn't a very warm swim, and when officers arrived he wasn't wearing anything but a smile. If spending a night in jail is also on his bucket list, he'll have to try a little harder next time. This time he was cited for trespassing and released.
SKINNYDIPPING ARREST: Officers responded to Memorial Park shortly after midnight early Tuesday morning after receiving...
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