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"Sexually frustrated" Meth-Smoking Man Busted for Driving Naked [UPDATED]

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Umar Kahn (Glendale PD)
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A 34-year-old Glendale man was arrested last week on suspicion of driving while high on meth and naked from the waist down. Umar Kahn, a computer technician, told Glendale Police officers who pulled him over early last Thursday morning for running a stop sign that he had taken off his pants and underwear because he was "sexually frustrated and hadn't had sex in a month," reports CBS2.

Kahn told the officers, who asked why his frustration led to nudity, that doing so "gave him a sense of freedom," described a Glendale PD rep, per CBS2. The Glendale News-Press reported that Khan actually told the officers: "My thing is the freedom."

The frustrated, naked, traffic law-breaking freebird was also allegedly smoking methamphetamine while out on his drive. Khan allegedly routinely makes these drives, and searches for a cul-de-sac in which to park and masturbate, according to the News-Press.

Kahn now faces drug and indecent exposure charges. He made bail, and is due back in court later in March.

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The kicker? This might not have been Kahn's first trip around the ol' block: A Glendale Police spokesman said authorities "were investigating a similar situation Khan was allegedly involved in about a year ago in Pomona." Los Angeles County Superior Court records indicate Kahn was convicted for indecent exposure in 1998.

*This story has been updated to include additional information regarding the arrest and Kahn's record.