Man Strips Before School Board To Mock Anti-Maskers

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports:

A Texas man stripped during a contentious school board meeting to make a point about wearing masks, causing a stir in the small town of Dripping Springs. When James Akers first approached the microphone for his allotted 90 seconds to speak before the board and the socially-distanced audience gathered in the auditorium, he was fully clothed. But that changed quickly.

“At work they make me wear this jacket,” he said, pulling it off. “I hate it. They make me wear this shirt and tie,” Akers continued. “I hate it.” As he shed his clothes, Akers claimed he ran three stop signs and four red lights on the way to the meeting, adding “I have every right to drive as fast as I want to.” Upon arriving, he parked in a handicap space, Akers said while taking off his undershirt and dropping his pants to the ground, earning cheers and jeers from the audience.

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