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Joseph Farley: What, It's a Crime to Unicycle in the Nude?

If you had "unicycle in the nude across a big bridge" on your bucket list, be warned that the police frown on that activity. At least in Kemah.

Joseph Farley, 45, found that out yesterday when police arrested him for doing just that and charged him with indecent exposure.

He was riding across the Highway 146 bridge between Kemah and Seabrook about 1:30 p.m. yesterday when he was pulled over.

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He cooperated with officers, as the NSFW video obtained by The Smoking Gun shows.


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