A Philadelphia man has been charged with misdemeanor charges public lewdness, indecent exposure and drug possession after Bensalem police say witnesses saw him walking naked in a motel parking lot on July 26.
Police arrived at the Sunrise Motel on Lincoln Highway on July 26 after onlookers called in reports of a man, later identified as Donald Hatton, 56, wandering through the parking lot with no clothing.
When officers approached Hatton, he went back into his room, police say. After police instructed him to come back outside, Hatton told the officer, "I did a stupid thing," according to the affidavit.
An investigation of the motel room turned up three syringes with residue, two small plastic bags containing powdered substance and another small plastic bag with white residue, according to police.
Analysis from the Bucks County Crime Lab revealed the substances to be .03 grams of heroin, .02 grams of methamphetamine and the syringe held methamphetamine residue, the report says.
Hatton's preliminary hearing before District Judge Joseph Falcone has been scheduled for Oct. 24 at 2:45 p.m.