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Published: Wednesday, 4/11/2007

4 Michigan teens accused of mooning I-75 traffic


FINDLAY Four Inkster, Mich., teenagers were arrested Tuesday on disorderly conduct charges after one of them mooned southbound I-75 motorists from a car in which they were traveling near Findlay, the Ohio Highway Patrol said.

The driver, Brian Kushlin, 18, was charged with speeding and disorderly conduct.

Christopher Lunday, 18, and two juveniles ages 17 and 16 were charged with disorderly conduct. The youths pretty much convicted themselves by videotaping themselves, Trooper Bob Burd said.

The patrol said it received numerous complaints. Trooper Burd clocked their car going 87 mph when he spotted it about noon. The vehicle was stopped near the State Rt. 12 exit.

Troopers found a camcorder in the car. They were apparently hanging almost completely out of the vehicle and recording the reactions they would get from motorists, Trooper Burd said. Then they would speed ahead and do it again.

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