(FRIENDSWOOD, TX) — Going for a jog is fine. Going for a jog at night is fine. Going for a jog at night on an elementary school track while wearing nothing but your birthday suit is not fine.
It was such a jog that put 32-year-old David Michael Aulds, of Pearland, behind bars Monday.
According to Friendswood police, an officer was patrolling near Westwood Elementary around midnight when he saw Aulds running — naked.
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Aulds allegedly ran and hid behind a brick column when he saw the patrol car. The officer waited patiently as the man climbed into a car and tried to leave, turning off his headlights as he pulled away, driving northbound in a southbound lane.
By the time the officer stopped Aulds’ car, he was wearing shots and a T-shirt, police said.
Aulds said he was just out exercising.
He was charged with disorderly conduct-exposing genitals, driving on the wrong side of road and driving without headlights.