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Naked motorcyclist loses bet, gets arrested instead

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CHICKASHA, Okla. -

A man was caught riding a motorcycle naked in Oklahoma Sunday, and it turns out he lost a bet.

He was stopped by police with just a boot over his crotch. Police said Billy Buckley admitted to being a part of a $50 bet that had him riding a bicycle naked.

The Chickasha, Okla., Express-Star said police responded after a call of a male motorcyclist riding with no clothes on.

The newspaper reported that Buckley admitted to being part of a $50 bet that had him driving from Lake Chickasha to Chickasha with no clothes on.

He was booked into the county jail.

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