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After the "last wish" is fulfilled, a terminally ill patient is arrested by the police

After the “last wish” is fulfilled, a terminally ill patient is arrested by the police

A terminally ill man has been arrested after he took off his pants to show his buttocks to a traffic camera. The case was registered on Friday (05), when Daryl Mikcomb, 55, made another item on his “wish list”, in Kidderminster, England.

Now retired, the former university professor has been arrested by the accompanying police officer, denouncing “inappropriate exposure” to his colleagues. About 20 minutes later, three police cars, with six agents, arrived at Daryl’s house and ordered him to open the door, without the man responding.

At that time, the police decided to forcibly enter the house, put the retired teacher on the ground and handcuffed him, as the British tabloid reported. Mirror. Daryl’s wife, who was diagnosed with a degenerative disease called multisystem atrophy as well as Parkinson’s disease, registered the case, stating that he tried to explain his condition to the factors, but to no avail.

“I am terminally ill. I can’t breathe that way,” the man told police officers, as he was forcibly restrained. “That’s ridiculous, I left my pants for the radar, I left my pants for the radar,” he complained, downplaying the offense.

Even with the appeal, the Briton was taken to the police station in the area. Released a few hours later, he still has to face a lawsuit for exposing his buttocks in a public place.

Using a wheelchair to get around, Daryl told Mirror who was “shocked” when he was arrested for daring and explained that the wish list was an idea for his wife, after the couple learned of the man’s diagnosis who “has no time to live”.

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“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do (show your ass to the radar) because I’ve caught them a few times at innocent speeds like 35 km/h in a 30 max lane, and it has always bothered me,” the motivated retiree explained. “This is one of the items on the list that I have complied with now at a certain cost,” he joked.