Naked Man Falls Through Ceiling At Logan International Airport!


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What an interesting sight this must have been Saturday at Boston’s Logan International Airport, when reportedly a naked man fell through the ceiling of the ladies’ restroom!

As reported by Foxnews.com, 26-year-old Cameron Shenk was arrested on Saturday after he reportedly undressed in the women’s restroom and then climbed into the crawlspace. Apparently, he was injured when he fell from the ceiling and then proceeded to attack a man.

According to the report, “Shenk faces charges including attempted murder, assault and battery on a person over 60, and lewd and lascivious conduct.”

Bottom Line

Now I’ve seen a lot of craziness in airports during my travels but, this might be one if the crazier reports I’ve heard! Honestly, having a naked man running around the airport is enough but, falling from the ceiling in the women’s restroom and then attacking someone, presumably while still naked is just too much!

What would you have done had you seen this hysteria?

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