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What Every Great Live Hurricane Report Needs is a Streaker

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The global news cycle and media saturation means we might be scalding our tushies here in L.A. but we aren't immune from non-stop coverage of Hurricane Irene as she unleashes her winds and rains up the nation's Eastern Seaboard. And what every great live hurricane update on the Weather Channel isn't more cowbell, but perhaps more (or less) streaking dudes.

In Virginia Beach, one weathercaster wasn't kidding when he said he was seeing all sorts of people (and their junk!) coming out.

Yes, kids, this video includes brief nudity.

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