YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Careful with that coffee! Police say a man placing an order in a suburban New York doughnut shop's drive-through lane didn't have any pants on.
They say a Dunkin' Donuts worker saw John Greco's exposed genitals in the Feb. 27 stunt and then noted the make of his car and his license plate number.
Police say the 46-year-old Croton-on-Hudson resident was arrested last week and has been charged with misdemeanor public lewdness. He's due in court March 27.
Police released a statement Thursday saying it was "unknown how Mr. Greco took his coffee that day."
Greco says by telephone from his home that he has no comment on the police report.
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In the United Kingdom, pub group Young's has removed Stella Artois (brewed by Belgian-based international brewing giant InBev) from its pubs, claiming the beer "wasn't premium enough." Brands such as Heineken, Amstel and Pilsner Urquell, which Young's has called "genuine premium imported" beers, are possible replacements for Stella, which is also commonly known as "Wifebeater" in the UK.