OKLAHOMA CITY -
A 29-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of attacking a worker at an Oklahoma City apartment complex last week after the worker told him to put clothes on.
On May 10, police responded to 6220 S. Douglas Ave., in response to reports of a man walking around the apartment complex naked. Police said they heard a scuffle and ran to find a man with a flashlight in hand and another man bleeding heavily from the forehead.
The bleeding man, identified as Jack Benson Brown II, took off running and jumped a fence, police said, before he was eventually arrested.
The apartment worker told police he spotted Brown walking around naked, so he asked Brown to put clothes on. Brown put some pants on and then confronted the apartment worker, police said.
The victim told police that Brown punched him in the face, which prompted him to hit Brown with his flashlight in self-defense.
Brown faces charges of assault and battery and public indecency.