A WLOX viewer sent in this picture of the couple being approached by a Waveland Police officer Monday.
Kelsey Brooks and Joseph Woloszynski (Photo source: Waveland Police Dept.)
WAVELAND, MS (WLOX) -
Two visitors to the coast were arrested Monday after Waveland Police said they found them drunk and swimming naked on the beach near Whispering Pines.
Officers investigating a complaint first found the couple's vehicle parked on the walking path. They then spotted Joseph Woloszynski of New Orleans completely naked; Kelsey Brooks of Cinnaminson, NJ was topless. After approaching the couple, police also discovered they were intoxicated.
Both Woloszynski and Brooks were arrested and charged with public intoxication and indecent exposure. They're being held at the Hancock County Jail on bonds of $600 each.
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