Naked men cause $30,000 in damage during bizarre rampage in NSW

Two men have been arrested and charged after allegedly causing up to $30,000 in property damage during a bizarre naked rampage through Port Macquarie.

The two men are alleged to have maliciously damaged several vehicles and boom gates at a caravan park on Munster Street, approached a number of women while naked and committed numerous vulgar acts on various objects on Clarence Street early Easter morning.

Officers were called and arrested one of the men, aged 20, however the second 19-year-old man fled the scene.


While in custody, the 20-year-old man is accused of pushing a police officer to the ground in an attempt to escape. He was re-arrested a short distance away.

Further inquiries led police to arrest the younger man at a motel on Clarence Street, and two mobile phones were seized.

The two men were taken to Port Macquarie Police Station where the 20-year-old was charged with assault police, escape custody, goods in custody, and offensive language, and the younger with three counts of act of indecency, three counts of malicious damage, and goods in custody.

Both men were granted conditional bail, to appear at Port Macquarie Local Court on Wednesday 13 April 2016.