NORTH FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Visitors to a Sandy Springs Waffle House got an eyeful after police say a naked man tried to force his way into a Waffle House.
Visitors to the Waffle House were eating their lunch when police say the 36-year-old East Point man showed up wearing nothing.
One witness recorded the entire incident and streamed it live for his friends.
Derwin Rodgers broadcasted the video live on his Facebook page as police say Bashir Rasheed paced back and forth in his birthday suit out front.
"It kind of shocked me as a customer, ruined my meal," Rodgers said. "I immediately went to video. I didn't know what he was going to do."
Rodgers says Rasheed seemed out of his mind.
"I don't know what was wrong with the guy," Rodgers said. "He was saying a lot of different things. He's hot, he's burning up. Apparently he was. It must have been Death Valley out here. He was butt naked."
The video shows Rasheed retreat to his car.
Police captured him up the street.
"That was totally inappropriate," Rodgers said. "I wouldn't know how to tell my kid what was going on at that time, to see a grown man. He was built like a potato."
Rasheed was charged with indecency and taken to the hospital to be checked out.
Police aren't sure if he was high on something at the time and they don't know exactly why he decided to strip.
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