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Nude Guy Strolls Down Main Street in Scottsdale, Runs After Women Take Pictures


We know it's hot out, but this is ridiculous.

The unidentified man in this picture below stripped down to a ball cap and black shoes about midnight on Friday night and went for a stroll down Scottsdale's picturesque Main Street, just west of Scottsdale Road.

Looks like he's in front of one of the art galleries on Main -- police listed the address of the incident as 7160 East Main Street, which is the address for the Gebert Contemporary Art Gallery.

The man's next act couldn't really be considered performance art, though.

He yelled at two women across the street from him and began masturbating, police say.

One of the women whipped out a cell phone, called police, and snapped these pictures of the perv before he took off down an alley.

Cops couldn't find the man, but they're hoping someone recognizes him and turns him in. Here's a close-up:

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