Ohio trooper says passenger filmed friends mooning drivers
The Associated Press
FINDLAY, Ohio — A state trooper who stopped a carload of young men accused of mooning other motorists found all the evidence he needed, the State Highway Patrol said.
"They were apparently hanging almost completely out of the vehicle and recording the reactions they would get from motorists on a video camera," Burd said. "Then they would speed ahead and do it again."
Once confronted, the four, all from Inkster, Mich., acknowledged they were exposing their backsides to motorists on Interstate 75, Burd said.
All four were charged with disorderly conduct. The driver, Brian Krushlin, 18, also was cited for speeding.
They were on their way to a skateboard park near Dayton on Tuesday.
"It's gotten more common for young people to do this sort of thing with all the TV shows and movies that have made videotaping stunts so popular," he said.
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