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Zoinks!: Scooby-Doo admirer goes to the dogs

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    Scooby-Scooby-Doo, there you are.

    Proud of his new physique, a man in Fremont, California was spotted running through the parking lot of the Lucky supermarket wearing a furry Scooby mask.

    And that was about all he was wearing, witnesses said in calls to police early January 9. The calls began at 4:25 a.m., said police spokeswoman Geneva Bosques.

    They described him as "not wearing pants or possibly just underpants and wearing a 'Scooby-Doo' or bear-type head mask," police said.

    Arriving at the site, a shopping center, officers Miguel Sanchez and Mike Gilfoy found the Scooby impersonator behind the Huddle bar. And no, he wasn't nude. Besides the Scooby-Doo mask, the 47-year-old man was also garbed in khaki-colored pants and a black leather dog collar and leash.

    When asked to tell his side of the story, the man told officers that "he had recently lost weight and wanted to show off his new body," according to police.

    The boys in blue let him go after deciding that no crime had been committed and that he didn't require a psychiatric assessment.

    As for the leash, they let him keep it on. Fremont is, after all, less than 40 miles from San Francisco.

    [Via Fremont Argus -- www.insidebayarea.com/crime-courts/ci_22347684/police-blotter-man-kicked-out-hillsdale-shopping-center, San Francisco Chronicle -- http://blog.sfgate.com/...mask-prowls-fremont/]

    (Many thanks to WileECoyote, who spotted this!)

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