A dying dad who mooned at a speed camera has pledged to streak naked at a Premiership rugby match for his next stunt.
Darrell Meekcom, 55, may have been arrested for baring his cheeks but that will not stop him completing his bucket list of pranks.
The retired university lecturer and registered nurse was tackled by six police officers in his back garden, after flashing his backside at a mobile speed camera van.
Dad-of-two Darrell, who has multiple system atrophy (MSA) said: “I don’t regret anything and I’d do it again.
“I still maintain those officers have completely overreacted because I still haven’t seen anything about a law against mooning.
“If anything it has inspired me for another item on my bucket list which is to streak at a Worcester Warriors match.
“I can’t run though, so I’m going to need a mate to run on and push me in my wheelchair. They have got to streak too though so I just need some volunteers.
“I’ve always been a goody two-shoes nurse throughout my entire life and given my prognosis I now want to let my hair down a little.
“The other things on my bucket list are to drive a Jaguar XJ around Silverstone, do a bungee jump and a skydive.
“But I’m still compiling it as we only came up with the idea last Thursday and on the Friday I was arrested for ticking my first item off.”
Darrell from Kidderminster, Worcs said: “The only thing I’ve ever got in trouble for was being caught by these speed cameras.
“I’ve been done three times over the years and always in a really sneaky manner.
“I just couldn’t understand such a heavy-handed response to mooning at one of them when they can’t even stop climate protesters blocking a motorway.
“I’m still annoyed but I’ve had a fantastic response from everybody and lots of people are showing me support.
“It has also hopefully raised some awareness about multiple system atrophy, which I don’t think most people know much about."
A West Mercia Police spokesman said on Tuesday (9/11): “Around 1pm on Friday 5 November officers received a report of indecent exposure on Stourbridge Road.
“Officers attended and after a search of the area, located a person of interest in Coiey Close.
“A 55-year-old man from Kidderminster was arrested on suspicion of public order offences and released on bail.
“Enquiries are ongoing.”
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