Found this via Drudge at http://www.ocala.com/;
Naked biker ends up wearing handcuffs
Marion County Sheriff's Capt. Mike Rolls did a double take early Tuesday. Was that motorcyclist who just passed him wearing any clothes?
A motorcyclist, identified by authorities as Dante J. Krauss of Dunnellon, covers himself with a shawl after being stopped by sheriff’s deputies early Tuesday.
No, he wasn't. Not even a helmet.
Before long, though, the nude rider was wearing handcuffs. He was arrested and charged with DUI.
Dante J. Krauss, 45, of Dunnellon, whose arrest record includes several previous DUIs, bonded out of the Marion County Jail later Tuesday. He declined an interview with the Star-Banner.
Rolls, who was serving as the shift's watch commander early Tuesday, said he was eastbound on State Road 200 near Interstate 75 when he saw the strange sight driving westbound toward the interstate's northbound on-ramp.
As he later reported to Deputy Christine Post, Rolls followed the motorcyclist onto northbound I-75. The rider exited at the first exit, which was State Road 40.
Rolls stopped him in the 3800 block of SR 40 after he ran a stoplight.
Post noted in her report that Krauss was standing next to his silver 2006 Kawasaki motorcycle and was not wearing any clothing.
The unemployed man told the deputy he did not remember where he was coming from, and said the last thing he remembered was going to Hooters, according to the report. Hooters is off SR 200 near the interstate.
When asked if he had anything to drink, he said yes. He had no explanation for his nudity.
Krauss was given a shirt, courtesy of a nearby hotel, and his lower body was covered with a shawl that had been on the handlebars of the motorcycle.
A field sobriety exercise was performed, and Krauss failed, at which time he was taken to the Marion County Jail. He was booked at 3:35 a.m.
During a breath test, he reportedly registered a blood-alcohol content of 0.178 and 0.162. The state's legal limit is 0.08.
Krauss' driving history shows he has four prior drunken-driving convictions. In 1991, his license was revoked for 10 years.
Two questions come to my mind; (1)Who owned that shawl? These days most men don't wear them. (2) Did this tune ever run through his head? Turn off the Playlist on the bottom left of the blog before playing this;