Pro skater accused of naked NYC hotel rampage

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-400_162-57354024/pro-skater-accused-of-naked-nyc-hotel-rampage/

    A professional skateboarder has been accused of ripping pictures off the walls in a New York City hotel in a naked rampage.


    Jereme Rogers was arraigned Friday on a charge of criminal mischief. Prosecutors say he was found naked in the hallway of his hotel. Broken glass and ripped paintings were strewn around him, and he had cuts on his hands.


    He is accused of causing at least $2,500 damage at the Affinia Shelburne Hotel. The hotel did not comment, and a call to Rogers' attorney was not returned.
     
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    Well I always say--if you're going to go on a rampage, why not do it naked? :cool:
     
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    Is he a figure skater? I do not recognize the name.
     
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    I agree, 'rampagers' need to be creative, hey why not a few flame eating tricks during the rampage? :D:eek:
     
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    The cbsnews.com headline is misleading --- he's a skateboarder.
     
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    That's a big difference. Perhaps the OP should request that the title of this thread be corrected.
     

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