Skipping is a relaxed man's game. If this guy was worried about getting arrested for robbing a nationally known rap artist in front of several witnesses, he did a fantastic job of hiding it. That's probably because he knows the police have an even bigger scourge than armed robbery to fight in San Francisco these days.
Regarding the Public Dongs
I swear, it wasn't my intent, San Francisco. When I mentioned all those months ago that flopping dicks had become a bit of an epidemic in the area, I certainly didn't expect anyone to do anything about it. After all, it's not really the kind of thing you can justify blocking a bus route over, which doesn't leave the city a lot of other options when it comes to protesting.
Nevertheless, a few short months after that first column ran, San Francisco outlawed public nudity, a turn of events on par with Flavor Flav outlawing gigantic clocks on his chest.
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Of course he wore that to a court date.
It's not San Francisco if there aren't people strolling around naked, you know?
Before you go asking why I complained about it if I'm so in favor of it now, I'd ask you to go read that last article again. I wasn't against public nudity at all. I was all for it, if for no other reason than because it provides excellent camouflage when you're out in public. No one notices a damn thing you're doing once the naked guy shows up, and in San Francisco, the naked guy always shows up.
Source: My own camera, unfortunately.
Must you ruin everything in San Francisco, Google?