PASADENA, Calif. (CN) - Wearing a leather gladiator kilt, black thong, harness and not much else, Will Walters attracted the attention of photographer at a gay pride after-party in 2011.
If the festival organizers had taken issue with Walters' skimpy outfit, they had not said anything when they welcomed him into the beer garden. These events, after all, are not known for displays of modesty.
So, when San Diego Police Lt. David Nieslit approached Walters as he was having his photograph taken and told him his outfit was "borderline," it came as a surprise.
Walters told the officer that he had worn the costume at a gay pride event the year before without any problems.
He would have been forgiven for thinking that was the end of it.
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