The Massachusetts State Police rescued a naked man from the Boston Harbor after being notified of his presence around 1 P.M. Saturday.
The police were notified by a pedestrian that a naked man was standing near the Steriti Memorial Rink on Commercial Street in Boston. When approached by the police, the man began running, jumping two fences at a baseball field before intentionally plummeting into the Boston Harbor.
The State Police Marine unit pulled the man from the water into their boat and began rendering first aid for possible hypothermia.
The man attempted to jump back into the water but police were able to get control of the man. The man became unconscious and was transported to an area hospital for treatment.