Bargis Tryhol got more than he bargained for today when he attempted to join what has become an annual tradition in Boston; Ride the MBTA without your pants on!
The now accepted event sponsored by The Society of Spontaneity, and financed by an earmark by Political Connoisseur of Pantless Derrieres, Barney Frank, draws hundreds to the rail line to participate, with awards for the riders with the most outrageous shorts.
Mr. Tryhol, who his acquaintances call 'Mr. Spontaneity', known to drop his trou at the slightest provocation, was detained, and then later formerly arrested when he tried to board the train in Southey without ANY pants.
Mr. Tryhol, wearing a $650 dollar Brooks Brothers blue blazer, a white Orvis dress shirt, lightly starched, an ascot, argyle socks, and black and white saddle shoes, was finally stopped by Home Land Security agents when they noticed the lower half of his torso, including his private parts, were not covered by clothing, but were decorated by elaborate body painting art.
Spectators drawn to the crowd during the incident were amazed at the detail displayed by Mr. Tryhol, with the life like art depicting a jungle scene full of lush plants, song birds and a 22" Anaconda stalking an endangered tit mouse!
Mr. Tryhol was restrained, a snake handler from the Boston Zoo was called, and Mr. Tryhols 'snake' , now becoming less than lethargic, was soon snagged and bagged without further incident except for some hissing and spitting.
According to Prosecutors Mr. Tryhol will be charged, with amongst other things, 'keeping an endangered species without a license, allowing his pet to hang around without proper restraint, threatening and intimidation by a wild reptile, and attempting to 'strike' a female officer in a manner similar to 'head butting', but different."
Mr. Tryhol was escorted from the train station amidst a standing ovation from the crowd estimated at 'over a thousand', and appeared to be the unanimous choice for the contests' first prize: Dinner for Two with Barney Frank plus a surprise Tax Free Stimulus.