ABBOTSFORD, British Columbia, April 4 (UPI) -- Three young, drunken and naked British Columbia men escaped charges and came out squeaky clean after riding a grocery cart through a car wash, police said.
Police in Abbotsford were called after midnight Tuesday by neighbors who heard screaming coming from a drive-through, 24-hour car wash, the Vancouver Sun reported.
Constable Ian MacDonald said when officers arrived, they found three 23-year-old inebriated men getting dressed.
The trio told officers they had stripped and gotten into a shopping cart to ride through the car wash, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported.
"Not knowing at this point whether they picked 'typhoon' or 'super typhoon' I'd suggest that either of those and the combination of the brushes that would have come past them would be enough to definitely leave you with a little bit of a memory of what you had done the prior night," MacDonald said.
Police issued warnings, but didn't charge the men.
MacDonald told the CBC it was fortunate the trio hadn't selected a hot wax cycle.