ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Deputies say a 63-year-old Albuquerque man appeared to be extremely intoxicated when he attacked a deputy completely naked.
Lester Salazar was completely naked except for the phone cord deputies say he had tied around his private parts.
It happened Friday in a neighborhood near Paradise and Universe.
A deputy driving in the area spotted Salazar hiding suspiciously.
When he told him to come out, Salazar allegedly ran out naked, eventually fighting off the deputy's and grabbing the deputy's private parts.
The deputy gained control and Salazar was arrested.
He appeared in court Sunday on charges of aggravated indecent exposure and battery on a peace officer.
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