Mass. Firefighter Accused of Walking Into Store Naked to Retire - NBC10 Boston

Mass. Firefighter Accused of Walking Into Store Naked to Retire

Lynnfield fire Capt. John Walsh was charged with disorderly conduct after an employee at a Middletown store reported a nude customer April 3

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    Firefighter Placed on Leave for Walking Into 7-Eleven Naked

    A Massachusetts firefighter has been placed on leave after police say he walked into a Rhode Island 7-Eleven naked.

    (Published Thursday, April 11, 2019)

    A Massachusetts firefighter police say walked naked into a Rhode Island convenience store on a dare to buy a soda will retire after four decades on the force.

    The Daily Item of Lynn reports that a Lynnfield town attorney said in a statement the investigation into fire Capt. John Walsh has been completed and Walsh will retire in July.

    Walsh was charged with disorderly conduct after an employee at the Middletown store reported the nude customer April 3.

    Walsh and a woman, both clothed, were pulled over a short time later. Police say when asked, the 60-year-old Walsh said he entered the store naked on a dare from his girlfriend.

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    Walsh told the Item previously the "The bulk of the allegation is untrue."

    He's due back in court June 21.


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