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Missing jet-skier found walking naked along Jackson Co. road

Jackson County deputies found a missing jet-skier walking naked early Friday morning. (Stock photo) Jackson County deputies found a missing jet-skier walking naked early Friday morning. (Stock photo)
JACKSON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Authorities found a missing jet-skier walking naked along a road in Jackson County, hours after he went missing in Marshall County.

Marshall County deputies received a call just after midnight about a man riding a jet ski in the South Sauty area who had not been seen since 7 p.m. Thursday.

The Sheriff's Office patrol boat was dispatched to the area, along with Alabama Marine Police to search for the missing man, 44-year-old Teddy Hugh Haymon, of Fyffe.

Search crews found the man's jet ski floating along the shoreline near Jackson County. Just after daybreak, Jackson County deputies found Haymon walking in Jackson County. Investigators said Haymon wasn't wearing clothes when he was found, but had a trash bag wrapped around his waist.

Haymon was arrested and charged with public intoxication. He was booked into the Jackson County Jail.

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