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A New Hampshire man’s dispute with his employer has landed him in hot water. SeaCoastOnline.com is reporting that Sheehan Lygren was convicted of indecent exposure and resisting arrest on Monday. The 22-year-old was arrested on July 12th after he ran naked through a Portsmouth restaurant and a nearby mall. Lygren was finally arrested after police found him hiding in a trash bin. He subsequently revealed to authorities that his naked run was in protest of the working conditions at the restaurant he had just run through, and previously worked at. Lygren has been fined one-thousand dollars and sentenced to 30 days in jail. Half of the fine and the entire jail sentence will be suspended provided he displays good behavior for a year. Lygren must also write a letter of apology to the owner of the restaurant, and the arresting officer.

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