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Naked Man with Shotgun Trashes Luxury Cars in Houston

There are enough people that dislike luxury goods, cars especially, but one guy in Texas recently made quite a big deal out of this. For some reason that escaped the rest of the world, 28-year-old Ugo Iyegbu decided to attach multiple ultra-expensive vehicles while wearing nothing but his birthday suit, accessorized with a little shotgun.
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Photo: KHOU
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According to witnesses, the man went berserk at the Shell gas station at 2602 West Loop South. He started thrashing the store and broke the windshield of a car.

Apparently the 28-year-old was prety pleased with the move, as he decided to go across the street. Heaven was waiting for him, as the Hotel Derek parking lot and the W Luxury Car Rentals lot were located there.

The naked man reportedly used the gun to bash seven extra windshields, including a Rolls-Royce, a Lamborghini, an Aston Martin, a Fisker and others. He took great care in the Rolls job, putting a flag through the windshield.

"The naked man (was) running around in the street breaking cars," the store manager of the W Luxury Car rental told the Houston Chronicle. "He looked normal but I am sure he was on something."

Predictably, Iyegbu resisted arrest when the police arrived, so the officers had to use force in order to bring him into custody. The man reportedly caused at least $200,000 worth of damage to the car, but the information on his charges is not avaialbe at the moment.

Images via: KHOU
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