PIKEVILLE, Ky. – Two of the three men that pulled the “streaker” prank at WalMart in South Williamson, Ky. have been arrested.
This past Thursday, June 18, 2015, the Pike County Sheriff’s Department (PCSD) responded to a report that an individual had entered the Walmart of South Williamson, wearing no clothing, and went to the back of the store. He then went to a cooler and pulled out a gallon of milk and poured it all over himself yelling “I’m on fire.”
He was only wearing tennis shoes, a Halloween mask and probably a smile, as he ran out of the store completely nude while being filmed by an accomplice.
Timothy Smith, 24, of Phelps, Ky. and David Daniels, 19, of Belfry, Ky. were picked up by deputies Saturday afternoon.
The suspects left the store and got into a red vehicle that was driven by a third individual and quickly left the scene. The incident was videotaped by one of the men and uploaded to social media. The video had many views before being taken off the internet.
Smith was the one who is allegedly shown on video running naked through store, pouring milk on himself, and screaming “I’m on fire”.
Daniels, 19, is believed to be the suspect who filmed the prank that was later posted on YouTube then shared to Facebook.
Pike County Sheriff Rodney Scott says the two men are being charged with several misdemeanors such as criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and indecent exposure.
Deputies are still looking for the person who was driving the red getaway car that was parked directly outside of the store’s front doors awaiting the “streaker.”
Both men were booked at the Pike County Detention Center following their arrests.