Man in court accused of approaching drive-thrus nude

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February 19, 2013, 8:53 am

(NECN: Deanna Morgan, Westborough, Mass.) - A Hudson, Mass. man faced arraignment Tuesday on lewdness charges, after police say he went through two Westborough restaurant drive-up windows naked.

"Nothing shocks me anymore," said Chief Alan Gordon of the Westborough Police Department.
It certainly makes you wonder what Rosildo C. Santos, Jr., 34, was thinking when he went through the drive thru window of a Westborough Dunkin Donuts on East Route 9 around 12:43 a.m. naked.

"I feel for the young employees...I can laugh...but, it's really not laughable," said Craig Jennings, a regular customer at the Dunkin' Donuts.

After Santos left the Dunkin' Donuts, he drove down the street and attempted to do the same thing again at McDonald's, but it was closed.

"He was getting excited from doing this," Alan said.

The excitement was short-lived. A police officer caught up with Santos at that point. The police officer just happened to be inside the Dunkin' Donuts Santos had just left.

Police say the officer was called there in response to Santos, and that Santos went through the drive thru twice: Once with a coat over his waist, and a second time fully naked.

The officer caught up to Santos and arrested him for open and gross lewdness. They say, to their knowledge, this is the first time Santos has ever done something like this.

"Obviously there's something going on there mentally that would cause someone to want to do something like this," Alan said.

Santos was arrested and released on his own recognizance. He was expected to be arraigned in Westborough District Court on Tuesday morning. 

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