A man caught walking down the street completely naked says he was forced to streak to pay off a debt he owed his drug dealer. Police in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, stopped year-old David Sheppard around pm Saturday night, after being tipped off by a passerby. The dealer reportedly told Sheppard that he needed to be embarrassed about the unpaid bill and made him strip off all of his clothes and walk naked down the street. Sheppard claimed his dealer was actually following him in a red SUV but that he drove away before police arrived. Although he refused to identify his dealer by name, he described him as a year-old black man. Sheppard declined to press charges against his dealer, and police also declined to charge Sheppard for streaking.
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