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Alvin and the Chipmunks usually don't wear pants, and for a while last week, neither did a man watching their latest movie.
According to Chicago NBC affiliate WMAQ, Edward L. Brown, 34, attended a showing of "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" last week.
A half-hour into the movie, he took off all his clothes and walked completely naked in front of nearly 100 moviegoers, many of whom were children.
Instead of fleeing the scene, Brown then sat down, still naked, in the front row, where police found him. He's now facing numerous charges, including sexual exploitation of a child and disorderly conduct.
According to RBLandmark.com, "Brown told officers that he had been let inside the movie theater for free by an unknown female who allegedly told him to have a seat in the front row of the theater, take off his clothes and wait for her, so they could have sex, smoke crack and do heroin."
Bail has been set at $100,000 and Brown remains in custody, RBLandmark reports.
The Classic Cinema movie theater refunded patrons' ticket money. Which, speaking as a mom who's seen "Chipwrecked," all theaters should perhaps consider doing, naked guy or no naked guy.
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