A family of four was traveling south on Interstate 75 near Forsyth when a young man, a passenger in a silver 2007 Dodge Caliber beside them, bared his fanny. It was the Saturday after Thanksgiving and the family from Houston County — a husband and wife, their teenage son and 7-year-old daughter — was headed home after visiting kin in Kentucky.
“Somebody honks their horn and all of a sudden everybody in the car looks over,” the wife told the Cop Shop. “There’s a car full of kids, and this guy’s got his drawers dropped all the way down and putting his behind in the air. You could see everything hanging down right on my 7-year-old daughter’s side of the car. And my husband got quite upset. It wasn’t funny. ... I hollered, ‘Turn your head!’”
The family stopped in Bolingbroke, called the cops and reported the derriere-displaying Dodge’s license-plate number.
In a write-up of the “disturbance,” a Monroe County sheriff’s deputy described the offending anatomy as a “naked buttock.”
The car belonged to someone up the road in Spalding County, one county west of Butts.
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