Man Wearing Novelty T-Shirt Arrested For Refusing To Leave South Carolina Park
A man wearing a novelty t-shirt with a sexually charged message was arrested Saturday after refusing a police order to leave a South Carolina park due to “the shirt with that phrase on it,” according to investigators.
Michael Miller, 50, was spotted “with a shirt that read ‘I May Not Be Mr. Right But I’ll F*** You ‘Til He Shows Up,’” according to a Spartanburg Department of Public Safety report.
As seen above, a shirt with that message sells for $19.99 at the Spencer’s gift store chain.
When cops approached Miller and told him that he was not allowed to wear the shirt in Spartanburg’s Barnet Park, he reportedly became irate and “said he would wear the shirt any fucking where he wanted to.”
Miller was then issued a trespass warning “from Barnet Park during the Rock the Denim event,” a yearly concert that is devoted to raising awareness of sexual violence against women.
After refusing to leave the park, Miller--who cursed at and gave the finger to cops--was busted for disorderly conduct. He was released from custody Saturday evening after posting a $262 bond.
When posing for his booking photo, Miller (seen above) was wearing an orange jail smock, not his “Mr. Right” t-shirt.