Suppose you are a weary traveler. You have stopped at a motel for the evening to recharge your batteries before continuing on your endeavor in the morning. You awake refreshed. You get ready and emerge from your room thinking good thoughts about the day after having a good night's rest.
And you see this man naked, strolling around in his birthday suit. That would surely put a damper on your morning, and quickly.
This is Lavurnes Walker Jr. and he likes to walk around outside a motel in Barberton completely naked. Nice.
Oh, and he likes his cocaine, too, as the cops found out when they led him back into his room to get some clothes on before going to jail.
Details from the Plain Dealer after the jump.
BARBERTON, Ohio — A 55-year-old Canton man was arrested for walking around naked Saturday outside a hotel in Summit County.
Sheriff's deputies were called about 9 a.m. to the G&L Motel on Massillon Road.
A naked Lavurnes Walker Jr. was arrested in the parking lot. Deputies then escorted him to his room to allow him to put on clothes.
Walker entered his room, grabbed a bag of cocaine and began eating the drug.
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