PHILADELPHIA (AP/CBSNewYork) — A Staten Island man has been sentenced to probation for streaking at a rally for President Barack Obama in Philadelphia.
Twenty-four-year-old Juan Rodriguez was arrested on charges of indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and open lewdness after streaking at the October rally before thousands in the city’s Germantown section.READ MORE: Fruit Stand Worker Injured In East Side Crash Still In Pain, But Grateful To Be Alive: 'I Thank God Morning And Night'
He was trying to win a million-dollar prize offered by Internet billionaire Alki David. Rodriguez didn’t get the $1 million.
The Philadelphia Daily News reported a municipal judge on Friday sentenced Rodriguez to two years’ reporting probation to be served in New York.READ MORE: Police: Woman Found Dead, Wrapped In Plastic Inside Abandoned Building In Financial District
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Rodriguez says he picked Philadelphia because he thought the city would be more lenient on him.
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