Police arrest naked car surfer on ‘bath salts’
Matthew V. Miller (Crawford County Corrections)
ROBINSON, Ill. — Officials said a naked man hallucinating on bath salts jumped onto the hood of a moving car Sunday night in Robinson.
WTHI reported that Robinson resident Matthew V. Miller jumped onto the stranger’s car and held onto the hood for four miles.
The driver told police Miller was acting out of his mind. Police said Miller believed he was running away from people who were trying to eat him.
Police said they found empty bath salt vials out in the country, believed to be in his possession.
Miller was charged with possession of a controlled substance, disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. He received a $3,520 cash bond.
Officials said a naked “zombie-like” man who attacked another man and bite off parts of his face on May 26 in Miami may have been under the influence of “bath salts.”
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