Looks like the former mayor of Gainesville, GA was a fan of the show. An officer with the state's DNR approached Mark Musselwhite, 43, after complaints that a man was at running around naked at a camp grounds. When the officer approached Musselwhite, the former mayor was naked, but denied he was the naked guy people had complained about. (Great tactic!) Not surprisingly, the well trained officer didn't fall for that one.
It all began when some campers complained that a nude man was walking down Earls Ford Road in the Warwoman community just northeast of the city of Clayton. When a state park ranger and a sheriff deputy showed up, they found Musselwhite sitting naked in a chair at his campsite. Ranger Brandon Walls wrote that Musselwhite appeared intoxicated and didn't see anything wrong with being nude. He told the ranger he'd just been swimming in a nearby creek and was hot. Ranger Walls said Musselwhite put on some shorts when asked to get dressed, but he also became belligerent. "He began telling me that he knew a DNR (Department of Natural Resources) board member and he was going to call him because he thought he was being harassed," Walls wrote. "He also told me that he was the ex-mayor of Gainesville and he was a very political person," the ranger continued.Former Gainesville Mayor Arrested Nude [11 Alive News]