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Naked Guy Breaks into Little Havana Home, Flees Without Pants

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Miami Police are on the lookout for a naked burglar.

Sometime after midnight early this morning, a white Hispanic man crawled through a window of an apartment on the 1200 block of SW Sixth Street, says Det. William Moreno, a Miami PD spokesman.

A woman sleeping inside with her two young children woke up to the man grabbing her by the hair. She apparently put up more of a fight than the nude intruder was prepared to deal with, Moreno says.

The bare-ass burglar ran out the back door, still naked and now with a bruised face.

Know anyone who breaks into homes sans slacks? Call the police at 305-471-TIPS.

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