Arizona man arrested for allegedly getting naked at sports bar twice

Dec 25, 2019, 1:59 PM | Updated: 5:47 pm
Prescott police arrested Leonard V. Hall on Dec. 24, 2019, and charged him with indecent exposure a...
Prescott police arrested Leonard V. Hall on Dec. 24, 2019, and charged him with indecent exposure and trespassing. (Prescott Police Department Photo)
(Prescott Police Department Photo)

PHOENIX – A northern Arizona man was arrested the morning of Christmas Eve for allegedly getting naked at a sports bar on two occasions, authorities said.

Prescott police responded to reports that an unclothed man was in a truck in the Gurley Street Sports Pub parking lot around 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, a day after a man reportedly entered the bar without any clothes on.

The man, 69-year-old Leonard V. Hall, was driving away when police arrived, but they stopped him a short distance away. He was naked when he was stopped, police said.

Hall, a Prescott resident, matched the description of a man who reportedly entered the bar unclothed Monday morning and stood in front of a female bartender, police said.

He fled that time after the victim called to her boss for help.

Bar employees told police the man had come inside fully clothed a few minutes earlier and talked to the bartender, who said she’d never seen him before.

Surveillance footage showed the suspect undressing in the parking lot before re-entering the bar, police said.

Hall, whom police said admitted his involvement, was booked into Yavapai County Jail on indecent exposure and trespassing charges.

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Arizona man arrested for allegedly getting naked at sports bar twice