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Mass. Firefighter Denies Entering RI Store in the Nude

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 says it never happened.

    Lynnfield fire Capt. John 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. The police report says when asked, Walsh admitted entering the store naked on a dare from his girlfriend.

    Walsh tells The Daily Item of Lynn "The bulk of the allegation is untrue" and disputes the officer's report. Walsh, a 40-year department veteran, says he's a defense attorney and would never counsel a client to answer such a question from police.

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    He's on paid leave and is due back in court May 10.


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