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Man high on acid shows up at pizza shop in Michigan clad only in towel

The man was arrested and transported to a local hospital to be evaluated.
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   July 29, 2014 at 4:06 PM

MUSKEGON TOWNSHIP , Mich., July 29 (UPI) -- A Michigan man allegedly decided to drop acid and take a trip down to a local pizza place while only wearing a towel.

Staff members at Happy's Pizza in Muskegon Township were not too pleased to see the unnamed suspect show up because he allegedly had a gun and three children with him when he arrived.

The 27-year-old began banging on the glass at the front of the pizzeria and his gun went off. He may have been angry about not being able to eat at the business, although it was open at the time and two employees were working.

No one was injured and the man walked home after the gun discharged. Police found him sitting on his porch with his 40 caliber semi-automatic in hand. Officers asked him to drop the weapon and he complied.

According to Muskegon Township Police Chief Ken Sanford, the man admitted to taking four hits of acid before the incident, MLive reported.

After the officer defused the "potentially very dangerous situation," the man was arrested and brought to a local hospital to be evaluated.

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