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Police: Man drove naked through Wendy’s drive-thru

Published On: Mar 20 2014 11:52:19 AM CDT   Updated On: Mar 20 2014 03:18:26 PM CDT
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A man faces multiple charges after police said he drove naked through the drive-thru at a local Wendy's.

The Patriot-News reports that Kenneth Derwin Clark, 52, of Harrisburg, Penn. has been been charged with three counts of indecent exposure, three counts of open lewdness, three counts of disorderly conduct and three counts of driving with a suspended license.

East Pennsboro Township Police say Clark was involved in three separate incidents over a two-day period in which he drove up to the drive-thru window, turned on the interior light of his car and looked down at his lap. He went to the same Wendy's restaurant each time and it was always a female employee who noticed that he was naked. Employees called the police and Clark was arrested.

Police say Clark has 22 prior convictions of driving with a suspended license.

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